Julia Frost has been the director of the Jones Learning Center at the University of the Ozarks since July 1994, a comprehensive support program for students with learning disabilities, attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder, and autism spectrum disorder. From 1986 through 1991 she was the director of assessment in the Center. She worked eight years as a school psychologist in Arkansas public schools and two years as a music and English teacher. She has served as the president of the Arkansas School Psychology Association and as a board member for the Arkansas Association for Higher Education and Disability. She served for two years on the Adult Topics Committee of the Learning Disabilities Association of America and has been its chair for the past five years. Julia is a nationally certified school psychologist and frequently presents at both state and national conferences. She is married and has three adult children, two of whom have helped her to experience more closely the challenges of living with disabilities.