Originally raised in north Texas, Dana spent much of her early career abroad. After attaining her Bachelor’s degree in Special Education and Elementary Education, she served for four years in India developing educational/therapy programs for children with disabilities. Dana also led local teacher-training seminars to promote awareness, acceptance, and effective strategies in special education.  She loves designing creative individualized instruction and is relentlessly committed to her students. Her faith guides her work. Dana is newly married and loves traveling with her husband, serving at church, playing piano, and visiting with family & friends.


A native Virginian, Julia’s life has been bursting at the seams with Naval nursing, non-profit consulting, children’s ministry, home-schooling her children, massage therapy and culinary servant-hood. She has a diverse professional repertoire, that’s strongly connected by a thread woven from strands of community love, a passion for asking why and an unwavering commitment to excellence in every detail. She has traveled extensively but no doubt about it, her and her two teenagers (Akasia and Brayden) are excited to be living in Texas! She considers it all joy that she gets to be a part of the CAC team every day!


Anna B Watson was raised in Sugar Land, Texas and is a graduate of Texas State University where she studied Recreational Therapy. There she met her lovely husband, Tyson Watson, and they were married in January 2020. Directly after college she worked as a resident trainer for the Marbridge Foundation-a community for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, in South Austin. 
Anna is passionate about encouraging and training individuals with IDD to reach their maximum independence level. Anna and Tyson moved to Dallas in the summer of 2020 so he could attend Dallas Theological Seminary. 
Anna likes cats, trying new restaurants and spending time with family and God’s Word. 


As a young graduate of Texas A&M University in 2008, I wasn't quite sure what this thing called life would hold, I just knew wherever life took me Christ needed to be the Captain of the ship. I began working in the field of special education with College Station Independent School District as a paraprofessional in a classroom with young children with autism. It was that position that led me down a long and fulfilling career in education.  During my professional career, I’ve welded various job titles, including paraprofessional, Speech Pathologist Assistant, Registered Behavior Technician, and teacher. I’m currently pursuing a Masters degree in Special Education at Arizona State University with hopes of one day becoming a Board Certified Behavior Analyst, where I will be able use my gifts to assist economically disadvantaged families.