I have been a practicing Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) since July of 2018. Prior, I attended Vanderbilt University, where I earned both my undergraduate and graduate degrees in Special Education, ultimately earning the titles of Master of Education and BCBA. Following my move to Breckenridge, Colorado, I worked jointly in Summit Community as an Elementary Special Education Teacher and District BCBA.

As a result of my history and experiences in this field, my areas of expertise range from intensive behavioral and skill-based interventions to individuals who have more mild needs. I work with caregivers, multidisciplinary teams, parents, and children, ranging from early intervention to 21 years of age. I specialize in working with individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Developmental Delays, Developmental Disabilities, Downs Syndrome, and individuals with multiple and severe needs.

I practice in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), a method of treatment that is based on the idea that all behaviors serve a purpose that have been learned and reinforced in their environments. My job as a behavior analyst is to work with families and individuals to identify strengths and areas of treatment, and together, create ways to help everyone be successful in their environments.