Veera Mookerjee is the Founder/Director of Resolveera: Educating Special Needs’ Parents, a consultancy that started in 2012, focusing on the needs of families with children who have a special needs diagnosis, especially Autism Spectrum Disorder. Veera is a doctoral graduated from Yeshiva University’s Wurzweiler School of Social Work. She is a licensed Mental Health Therapist in New York State and works full time as a Social Work Care Manager in Long Term Care Company in NYC. Veera serves on the Board of New York Zero To Three (NYZTT), a statewide organization that promotes the optimal development of young children, their families and their communities in the New York region. She is a NASW-NYS Diversity Committee member, a group focused on “inclusion and representation of individuals from diverse back grounds in all aspects of the association”. Veera Mookerjee, has 20 years of experience in working in the field of social services. She has been involved in administrative positions that included hiring, training, program enhancement and organizational development. At present, Veera conducts training workshops for Social workers and other mental health professionals in NYC towards Continuing Education credits. She also organizes parent workshops and parenting skill trainings at local non-profits, provides Mental Health Consultancy services in EI centers in tri-state and is a Continuing Education Instructor for the NASW. She has worked as an ABA therapist in Westchester County and has made invited presentations for domestic and international audience about Autism and working with families. Veera Mookerjee has published a book in 2016 on her doctoral research findings and her work has been published in national newsletters, such as Autism Spectrum News. Veera works closely with the community at every aspect of it and aces in public relations and networking strategies.