Mom to Mom With Delegate Michele Guyton - Why She Fights So Hard in Annapolis
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Join me as I talk with the wonderful Delegate Michele Guyton about her journey as an autism mom and what ultimately led her to fight for autism families throughout the state of Maryland.

Facing the challenge of parenting three wonderful and complicated boys, forced Michele to become a fierce champion for her own family and their education. She co-founded a support group for families with disabilities and now chairs the Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the National Tourette Association of America. All three of her boys have been successful in Maryland public schools and are pursuing their dreams.

Michele completed her B.A. in Psychology  and Anthropology from Vanderbilt University, her joint M.A. in Women’s  Studies and Psychology from Radcliffe College and Brandeis University  and her Ph.D. in Developmental Psychology from Brandeis University. She looks forward to serving the community she loves by fighting for  District 42B as fiercely as she has fought for her own family and  others.

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