Kim Gensolin, MS OTR/L, has been a pediatric occupational therapist for 15 years. An alumna of Southern Adventist University, Kim traveled west to complete her Bachelor's degree of Occupational Therapy, graduating from Loma Linda University in 1998. After moving back home to FL and working as an OT for a couple of years, Kim attended graduate school at the University of Central FL to pursue a lifelong dream of teaching. Her dual degrees in education and occupational therapy led her to Orange County Public Schools, where she worked as both a treating therapist and diagnostician for the majority of her career. During this time, she also pursued her Master of Occupational Therapy degree from the University of Florida. She hopes to eventually return to UF for her doctoral degree as well. Kim began working as an adjunct professor at Adventist University in January of 2013, and enjoyed it so much she transitioned to full time by June of that same year. Kim is currently the Academic Fieldwork Coordinator for the Master of Occupational Therapy program, as well as the pediatrics instructor. Her love and passion for working with children who have special needs is infectious, and an inspiration to the OT students at ADU.