Kristy Anderson, MSW
Kristy Anderson has over seven years of experience serving individuals with developmental disabilities in residential and vocational settings and worked as a transition coordinator in special education. Kristy was the 2012 Outstanding Graduate at the George Warren Brown School of Social Work at Washington University in St. Louis. As a master’s student, she developed and piloted a consumer satisfaction survey to over 100 adults with disabilities and published a peer-reviewed paper on the housing outcomes of young adults on the autism spectrum. Kristy is a doctoral student in the School of Social Welfare at the University of Wisconsin, Madison where she continues to explore the quality of outcome evaluations among disability service providers. Her research focuses on the definition and measurement of quality of life in young adulthood.