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Alaina Lee


About Me


I am the first child in my home to go to college and graduate with a bachelor degree. I am interested in psychology, anthropology & history. I am detailed oriented, have great listening skills, keen problem-solving skills and a creative mind. I am also very empathetic and passionate about what I do. I just need a chance to prove that I am more than my Autism. My hobbies include rock collecting, reading, going to museums, and hiking. I am passionate about the neurodivergent & LGTBQ community, huge supporter. I have two younger brothers who are both neurodivergent. I helped raise them so we have a great relationship. I am also passionate about music and can play the piano, bass, violin, and drums. At some point in my life, I would like to have my own business, something that supports Autistic adults, especially women.

Ideal Workplace Values

I would love to work with a team that works great together. That works for not against the team. I would like to have a workplace that is cultured and understanding of the neurodivergent community. I would like a safe place to be myself and not have to mask anymore. Masking has been a huge part of my life. When I officially got my diagnosis in 2021, I started the unmasking journey. Along with therapy, I found my true self again and don’t regret it at all. It has helped me be more productive and happier in life.


Springfield, Republic, Brookline, Battlefield, Missouri, US

Open To

Part Time JobFreelance/Contract WorkFull Time Job

Work Settings


Career Interests

Administrative WorkHuman Resources & RecruitingPsychology, Counseling & Mental Health

Skills & Strengths

Neuroexceptional Talents

I have a strong eye to detail, organization skills, empathy, and am a team player. I am a hard worker and love taking on new tasks/challenges.

Creative ThinkerDeep EmpathizerDetail-oriented ThinkerFact Retainer

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Inclusion Essentials


Closed CaptioningInterviewer Experienced with NeurodiversityAllowance of Fidgeting DevicesFlexible scheduleextra time off for appointmentsUninterrupted Work TimeAccessible BuildingStanding DesksNoise-cancelling HeadphonesSelf-stimulation tools / gadget


Interview Scheduling RemindersSpeech to Text Technology 1 on 1 CommunicationDaily RemindersConcise instructionsReceiving Information in AdvanceWritten InstructionsRecorded Tasks & MessagesQuiet / Individual WorkspacesSupport Group for Stress

Sensory Sensitivities

Bright, blinking, or fluorescent lights
Loud noises
Uniforms (hard hat, hair net, etc.)

Certifications & Training


American Heart Association
Issued 2021 | Expires 2024