Melissa Tuleya graduated from the University of Scranton with her undergraduate degree in health science and a minor in psychology. She received her master degree in Occupational Therapy in 2002. She has gained experience working in both the private and public school settings. She served as an Assistive Technology Specialist for a special education school and has presented at NJCART and the Abilities Expo on assistive technology related topics. She has also taken many courses on sensory integration, visual perceptual skills and handwriting. She has been working in the Chester School District since April of 2012.