Staff Spotlight: Sierra Phillips

Staff Spotlight: Sierra Phillips

Staff Spotlight: Sierra Phillips

Meet Sierra Phillips!
Sierra is a Registered Behavior Therapist and also our Leading Training Therapist here at PediaPlex in our ABA Program. Sierra has worked at PediaPlex for a year and four months.  She would describe PediaPlex as a positive and rewarding place to work! Her favorite part of work is making a difference in the lives of these young, amazing children.



What are three words that describe you?
Honest, Persistent, Empathetic

What is your favorite part of your work?
Making a difference in the lives of these young, amazing children.

How do you feel when a child you serve makes progress?
Every struggle along the way was truly worth it!

In which city did you grow up?
Ottawa, Canada

What are your hobbies?
I love to exercise, be outside with my dog, friends and family and eat delicious food!

If you could do another job for just one day, what would it be?
Something that involves traveling or fitness.

Tell us a fun fact about yourself.
I’m Canadian born and raised!

Staff Spotlight: Sierra Phillips

Thank you so much Sierra for all that you do! You are awesome!

The PediaPlex Family

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