Natasha Vance, M.A., is a Student Support Specialist at he College Program for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Mrs. Vance completed her B.A. in Secondary Education with emphasis in Music and Mental Impairment at Marshall University. She also holds a M.A. in Multi-Categorical Special Education and Autism from Marshall University. Mrs. Vance has worked exclusively with students with Autism Spectrum Disorder for a number of years providing person-centered supports and services as well as academic assistance to individuals who live with Autism Spectrum Disorder at varying stages of life. Her passions are advocating for those with ASD and teaching life skills to create independence.
While not working at MU, she loves to travel with her husband and twin daughters (especially to Disney World), perform with Huntington Dance Theatre, St. John’s Episcopal Church Choir, and the Marching Thunder Alumni Band, and create crafts using various mediums.