Shae grew up in the Chicago suburbs before moving to Burlington. She graduated from the University of Vermont in 2017 where she studied Sociology and Psychological Sciences. While at UVM, Shae was a Teaching Assistant in the Sociology department, participated in a co-ed service organization called Alpha Phi Omega, and interned with the American Lung Association. Throughout high school, she worked for a organization that facilitated recreational activities for children and adults with cognitive, developmental, and physical disabilities. This, combined with her first hand experience navigating higher education with a disability, drew Shae to Mansfield Hall. Outside of work, Shae enjoys hiking, reading, playing violin, and riding her bike.
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The point of growing up is to get better. What you need to do to get better is to get help when you need it and have it available when you don’t need it. And that is exactly what Mansfield Hall is.
Mansfield Hall has the formula we have been looking for. Mansfield Hall has provided our family the unique ability to launch our son into the world of independence with confidence and ease on his part and on ours.
Thank you for doing such great work with our son. He came home a new man this break. It’s was great to see him communicating with the family better than ever.
The staff at Mansfield Hall are very caring and committed to our son. Their knowledge and insights are wonderful. Their commitment to the students at Mansfield Hall is reflected in the progress we’ve seen in our son in the short time he’s been there. He is happy, has friends, and believes in himself!
You find parts of yourself here, that you forgot or didn’t know were there.