Mary worked as a Special Education Teacher at a collaborative for several years, with students with significant developmental disabilities, including those with autism spectrum disorders. She has also worked in public schools in training and consulting roles and as a district wide BCBA®. During her public school tenure she provided many professional development opportunities for staff and sought ways to teach others to implement the principles of ABA in both general and special education settings. Mary believes that quality parent training, home education and collaboration between families and school personnel are paramount to the success of all students.
Mary currently is an ABA Supervisor and Adjunct Instructor here at Bay Path. She enjoys teaching and learning about ABA and enlightening students to the endless possibilities that are available when the science of ABA is applied to learning. She is passionate about sharing her experiences and preparing students to become competent and confident behavior analysts in the field. She is also interested in the application of the principles of ABA in everyday life, in both our immediate environment and in society as a whole.