Sybil was born in Portland, Oregon and grew up in the Pacific Northwest. She graduated from Columbia River High School in Vancouver, WA. She received her degree in Occupational Therapy from the University of Puget Sound in 1995 and became a Certified Hand Therapist in 2001. Sybil began her OT career in Utah working Skilled Nursing and Home Health. She then worked at McKay Dee Hospital, a level 1 trauma hospital where she began to learn her hand therapy skills. She has now worked for Providence Health and Services for 20 years. She is currently the Supervisor at Providence Sports Care Center at Providence Park and the Downtown Portland Clinic. She served as the President of the Occupational Therapy Association of Oregon from 2006-2010, has been a strong advocate for both fields of Occupational Therapy and Hand Therapy and is currently on the Board of Directors for the Occupational Therapy Licensing Board of Oregon. She currently serves as the Providence Regional Manager Liaison for Hand & Upper Extremity Rehab. Sybil has presented around the West Coast on Upper Extremity topics and has taught at Pacific University for over nine years. She was honored in 2012 by the Occupational Therapy Association of Oregon with the Grace Black award. Outside of work Sybil enjoys watching her teen-age son compete in a variety of sports and spending time with her husband on their floating home in the Multnomah Channel. She was a collegiate swimmer and still loves to swim. She enjoys yoga, biking, hiking, photography and spending time with friends and family.