Katelyn Matkin, M.S.

Katelyn received both her Master’s and Bachelor’s degrees in Rehabilitation Counseling from the University Wisconsin-Madison, where she developed a strong passion and appreciation for transition-age youth with disabilities. Her previous experience involves working with individuals on the autism spectrum working on social and communication goals. Katelyn’s further experience involved serving as a disability specialist and intake coordinator at Madison Area Technical College where she worked with a variety of individuals with disabilities, focusing on academic goals and advocacy efforts. Katelyn is excited about this position at Mansfield Hall to both continue to work with transition-age youth with disabilities and help them achieve their academic and personal goals. Her personal philosophy involves a person-center, strength-based approach, fostering individual development and advocacy efforts.

In her free time, Katelyn spends time with her friends and family outdoors, including hiking, biking and running. She loves going to the terrace, walking down State Street, and enjoying some bubble tea!