Brenna is a licensed occupational therapist who was born and raised in Lake County. She attended the University of Wisconsin-Madison to earn a Bachelor’s degree in Rehabilitation Psychology and a Master’s of Science degree in Occupational Therapy. Brenna credits her experience as a gymnastics instructor for sparking her initial interest in pediatrics; she coached for Special Olympics and has taught developmental gymnastics classes for children aged 18 months to 12 years. Brenna believes in low-stress and family-centered therapy to promote positive changes and skill growth. She has trainings in MNRI, NDT, Brain Gym, Interactive Metronome, and Rhythmic Movement Training. She is interested in sensory integration, fine and gross motor development, mental health, as well as state and national advocacy efforts for children and adults with disabilities. In her spare time, Brenna enjoys yoga, listening to music, reading, DIY projects, and cheering for her beloved Wisconsin Badgers.