Her Role: Program Coordinator, Board Certified assistant Behavior Analyst
Her Story: I graduated from Ball State University in 2011 with a double major in elementary and special education. I started working in a middle school life skills class before I decided I wanted to do something more one-on-one with the kids. I started with the Applied Behavior Center in 2012 and have been here ever since! I received my master's degree in Applied Behavior Analysis from Ball State in 2015 and then became a Board Certified assistant Behavior Analyst in 2016.
Her Heart: I love to watch patients succeed at everyday tasks that often get taken for granted. The satisfaction that a child receives when they have learned how to do something new is so rewarding, and I love being a part of that.