Juli C. Liske is a native of southeastern Kentucky who now resides with her family in Nashville, Tennessee. She was a speaker for the Autism Society of America’s 2005 national conference in a presentation entitled, When the Resources Don’t Fit: Designing Treatments for your Child, and regularly speaks on the subject of autism for other groups as well. Juli obtained a degree in dental hygiene in 1994 and worked in that line of work previously. The Liskes are active members and worship at the Franklin church of Christ in Nashville, Tennessee.
Juli is currently working full time as founder and executive director of The Brown Center for Autism, a non-profit organization designed to meet the needs of children between the ages 18 months and five years of age with Autism Spectrum Disorder diagnosis, as well as the needs of their families. Visit their website at www.thebrowncenter.org if you need more information.
Juli is the author of In the Eye of the Hurricane: Finding Peace Within the Storm of Autism.
You may contact Juli at: Juli@spiritbuilding.com
*Photo by Jen Wood