For my primary research I conducted an interview with Dr. Sally Burton-Hoyle. I thought that interviewing someone who has a great understanding about my research topic would help me get more information I needed to know about it. Dr. Burton-Hoyle is an associate professor in the Special Education Department. She graduated from the the University of Idaho with a doctorate in education and a master’s in education from the University of Kansas. She is also one of fifteen people nationwide asked to participate and the only Michigan representative on the Interagency Autism Coordinating Committee (IACC). With her extensive backround information about asperger’s, she was able to provide me with a lot of useful facts and information. Overall, the interview with Dr. Burton-Hoyle was very helpful and I learned a ton of new things I wouldn’t Imagined that would be true.