Ann Rollefson, M.S.

Ann has over twenty years of experience in a variety of educational settings.  Her experiences include work as an Educational Therapist at Rogers Memorial Hospital, a high school special education teacher, a school psychologist in public and private settings, a director of early childhood programming and school psychology and a school administrator.  In addition, Ann has developed and facilitated Autism Support Teams, implemented school wide problem solving programs, and provided professional development.  Ann received her Bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin – Madison in Special Education and her Master’s degree in School Psychology from the University of Wisconsin – Whitewater.  In addition to being licensed as a teacher and school psychologist, Ann holds Administrative Leadership licenses in the areas of school administration, pupil services and curriculum and instruction.
Ann has a passion for empowering students to develop effective problem solving and critical thinking skills, establish meaningful lifelong relationships and transition to an independent lifestyle.  Away from work she enjoys gardening, camping, traveling, reading, tandem biking with her husband, and hanging out on the lake with her three girls and extended family.