Brittany Hughes is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst and a stay at home mom to her 2 year old son. She has close to 7 years of working experience in outpatient clinic and hospital settings. She graduated with a M.S. in Applied Behavior Analysis from Spalding University in 2015. In 2016, Brittany accepted a position at Meaningful Day Services (MDS) in Jeffersonville, IN, where she worked as a BCBA until the birth of her son in April 2020. Her experience ranges from children two years of age to young adult with diagnoses of autism, ADHD, and OCD. Her work in behavior analysis includes desensitization and community and school collaboration. She has successfully provided individualized treatment programs to address haircutting and needle sticks used for diabetic care. One of Brittany’s passions is sharing her knowledge of behavior analysis and training graduate students. During her time at MDS, she had the opportunity to develop and implement a supervised fieldwork training program for individuals pursing their certification as a BCBA. She was tasked with the responsibility of setting admittance requirements, developing supervision contracts and policies and procedures as well as creating assignments for the exam candidates. One of her proudest accomplishments is being the supervisor to the first ever exam candidate to complete the program and become a BCBA. Brittany is very detail-oriented and excels in ethical decision making when it comes to the dissemination and advancement of behavior analysis. Brittany also enjoys reading and traveling with her husband.