Marsha is a first-generation American, born to Soviet immigrant parents and raised in the Washington, DC area. She holds a Master of Science in Special Education with a concentration on Severe to Profound Disabilities and a Post-Master's Certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis from Johns Hopkins University.
With over 15 years of experience in educational, clinical, and community settings, Marsha specializes in working with adolescents and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Her expertise includes launching a multidisciplinary outpatient clinic in Washington, DC, establishing sexual health workshops for parents, professionals, and adults with IDD, and collaborating with international organizations to coach parents and professionals in autism and sexual health.
As a content producer at Floreo, Marsha leverages her passions to develop virtual reality experiences that educate, empower, and enable people to reach their fullest potential. When she's not working on VR projects, Marsha enjoys exploring new places and cuisines with her husband, creating stained glass windows, and spending quality time with her furry friends - her doggy, Zuma, and two kitties, Minka and Yanna.