Meet Our Incredible Team
Founder and Chief Executive Officer
While attending Oregon State University from 2015-2017 he started Seiji’s Bridge. Alex is the youngest person to have graduated from the Oregon State Accelerator Program.
Alex currently attends Portland State University where he is studying Sociology. Alex’s is responsible for strategy in the organization’s messaging to impacted communities, media, investors, and other key stakeholders.
Cheif Operations Officer
Quincy’s research is working to revolutionize early education for the students in special education and minorities that do not have equal opportunities in the public school system.
Quincy Brown graduated from Claremont McKenna College ’19. He is a Mellon Mays undergraduate fellow, a national program that supports minority students who want to become professors.
Chief Financial Officer
Carter is currently enrolled in University of Oregon’s Master of Science in Finance program, where he studies asset management and financial valuations. During his undergraduate studies he focused on financial economics and mathematics.
Director of Seiji's Bridge Services
Susan has a MA Marriage, Couple & Family Counseling. She is on the Oregon Association for Play Therapy and American Counselor Association.
Having a son with autism has introduced her to new perspectives for counseling and special education that she wants to implement on an international scale.
Wyatt attends Portland State University through the Think College Inclusion program. He studies Sustainability for his career and community.
As an Autism Advocate for Seiji’s Bridge, Wyatt engages with communities and inspires groups with his professionalism in public speaking.
Chief Research Officer
Davey conducts and writes literature reviews on Autism Spectrum Disorder research. He organizes potential research studies and methodologies for the team.
Davey recently graduated from the University of Waterloo ‘20. During his undergraduate studies, he obtained research award grants from the Women and Children’s Health Research Institute and Canada’s Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council. He plans to attend medical school where Seiji’s Bridge research can intersect with healthcare to help bridge the inequities in medicine.