Alexis Karlson, MSSW
Director, Business Operations | (206) 701-0607
Alexis Karlson is the Director of Business Operations for Behavioral Tech. She guides the work of the teams responsible for providing information, resources, and support; she is also the human resources representative. Alexis earned her Master’s degree at the University of Texas at Arlington where she focused on community and administrative practice in the field of social work, and she holds a BA in Psychology from DePaul University. She has also interned in a variety of non-profit organizations, including in the areas of foster care, community services, grant writing, and charitable services for the terminally ill. Alexis’ areas of interest include health promotion and program development. She has been with Behavioral Tech since 2012.
Customer Service Rep | (206) 225-2762
Reginald Doucet, Jr, is a transplant from Washington, DC. Louisiana-born, he is the eldest of 7 siblings and a direct descendant of a participant in the American Revolutionary War. In January 2018, he graduated from Patten University with a BA in Management. He has 9 years of experience working for the US State Department, most recently as a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Researcher. In his free time, Reginald participates in a variety of artistic outlets including creative writing and poetry.
Business Analyst / Data Analyst | (206) 701-0603
Emily joined Behavioral Tech in 2011 and has supported Behavioral Tech in Customer Service, Marketing, and IT capacities during her years of employment. Emily enjoys improving systems and processes to help team members work more efficiently. She is currently managing the implementation of a customer-relationship-management (CRM) system for the company. Prior to Behavioral Tech, Emily lived in Beijing teaching English to English teachers from rural China. Emily lives in Bremerton, WA, and enjoys riding the ferry, biking, and hiking.
Customer Service Representative | (206) 675-8588
Christelle LaJeunesse studied sociology and media studies at Hampshire College in Amherst, MA. From there, she turned her passion for research and literature towards working in libraries and bookstores up and down the East and West coasts. She joined Behavioral Tech in 2015 for the opportunity to use her well-honed customer service skills in an organization where she could help people and assist in educational development. In her free time, she enjoys science fiction, the study of ancient civilizations, and cats. Especially cats.