Jerilyn Brown is a special gift to special education. This brilliant woman began her career at Utah State University and has continually extended her skills: problem solving, being involved and current with research, demonstrating compassion and sensitivity to others, exercising intellect and creativity. These, along with her system The No Bull Method help to routinely accomplish goals for disturbed and fragile children. She will do what it takes to help kids: whether it is sewing a shirt for Christmas for a father that a young man earned with his own good choices, staying late to document behavior, or a multitude of other activities to insure children are successful. Ms. Brown is a victor over her own disability and her charm equals her strength and courage!
J. T., Retired Principal of Thompsen School, A school for seriously emotionally disturbed students