Tenure with AFL and as a BCBA/RBT overall: I’ve been with Adapt For Life since February 2022 and a BCBA since January 2021.
Educational/Industry/Career Highlights/Personal Achievements to share: I completed my undergrad at Western Kentucky University (Go Tops!) earning a B.S in Biology with a minor in American Sign Language Studies. After working as a RBT during a gap year I enrolled and completed my Masters degree online through Arizona State University earning a MA in Special Education with a concentration in Applied Behavior Analysis.
One thing that most people don’t know about me: I have two giant newfie pups and love to get outside with them any chance I get!
Why AFL/What brought you to AFL: My introduction to ABA came through a family perspective with a family I worked as a caregiver for. That experience pushed me to fall in to ABA for my gap year, ultimately choosing to pursue my BCBA credential. Working in the field I saw a huge need in Bowling Green and was so excited when Adapt For Life chose to expand and meet that need! I love that AFL sees each individual for who they are and gives us as BCBAs the opportunity to think outside of the box to provide the absolute best for our kiddos every day!