Megan Sullivan Kirby, BCBA, LBA has over a decade of experience as a teacher and licensed behavior analyst. She is a second-year doctoral student and graduate research assistant at the University of South Florida (Advisor: Trina Spencer, PhD, BCBA-D). Having co-founded Uncomfortable BCBA/Uncomfortable X in 2017, she engages in personal and professional interests linking the application of behavior analysis to issues related to social justice, education and human rights. Her primary research interests involve implementation science and intervention design for the development of a narrative language (storytelling) intervention that can be used to support displaced children in refugee camps around the world. Given such interdisciplinary work, the practice of humble behaviorism is extremely important to her.