Lindsay is a Board-Certified Behavior Analysist (BCBA) and a License Applied Behavior Analyst (LABA). She began working with the autism population during an undergraduate practicum in 2007, where she assisted in an art classroom for adults on the spectrum. After receiving her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Wheaton College (MA) in 2009, she went on to work as a Lead Instructor at the New York Center for Autism Charter School, where she discovered her passion for Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and set her sights on becoming a BCBA. Lindsay completed her ABA coursework through Florida Institute of Technology and received her Masters of Education in Mental Health Counseling from Teachers College at Columbia University in 2015. Lindsay has worked at Crossroads as an Educational and Behavioral Services Coordinator (EBSC) since 2016 and feels so fortunate to work at a school where student’s successes are celebrated and staff are encouraged to learn and grow.
When she’s not in her classrooms or office, you might find Lindsay searching for a chocolate treat around school. In her free time Lindsay loves playing board games with friends, baking, and going to concerts with her husband.