Amanda is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst and has worked in the field for over 11 years. She has had opportunities to work with individuals diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder and traumatic brain injury for over 14 years, which led her into working in the field of applied behavior analysis. She been a BCBA at LittleStar ABA Therapy since May 2014, transitioning into the clinical director role in the Bloomington program in 2021. She completed her Master’s in Applied Behavior Analysis at Ball State University in December 2013 and has been involved with HABA for the last 6 years by serving as the 2018 and 2019 conference chair and the 2020-2021 Secretary before serving as vice president in 2022-2023. In her spare time she enjoys camping and attending sports events with her husband and 3 children.