BHCOE is a neutral entity that ensures all ABA stakeholders’ interests are represented in the future of the profession and definition of its standards. Oversight committees aid our organization in collaborating across diverse stakeholders within the community to develop standards and advance the field.
BHCOE commission members work together to develop and evaluate ABA standards via a transparent, consensus-based process that allows for participation and comment by all stakeholders. Commission members represent a variety of stakeholders including government agencies, faculty, clinicians, patient-advocates, payers, employers and administrators. These BHCOE Commission members have expertise in a variety of specific behavior analytic disciplines, as well as general expertise in applied behavior analysis research, healthcare, measurement science, statistics, law, and policy.
Quality Measurement Provider Panel (QMPP)
The QMPP contributes to and provides insight on several quality domains, including defining Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) quality, quality measure development, data reporting structures, and value-based payment models. BHCOE’s QMPP comprises individuals with differing areas of expertise and perspectives, including providers of ABA Services for children, adolescents, and adults on the spectrum, providers of ABA Services in home, school, community, and clinic-based settings, providers affiliated with large and smaller organizations, providers with academic background in the Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) field, and providers affiliated with BHCOE accredited and non-accredited organizations.
Person & Family Workgroup (PFW)
BHCOE’s PFW offers the imperative perspective of the person receiving those services or who cares for the person receiving services. PFW members may also offer the important perspective of someone on the autism spectrum. Their role in assisting BHCOE with quality measurement consists of three main objectives including defining ABA quality, selecting the most meaningful quality measures, and supporting development of quality measures.
Scientific Advisory Board
BHCOE’s Scientific Advisory Board is responsible for establishing the organization’s mission and vision and overseeing BHCOE’s management. Elected directors serve a three-year term and may serve a second term if re-elected. Directors serve in an unpaid, volunteer capacity. Directors represent a variety of stakeholders, including government agencies, faculty, clinicians, consumer-advocates, payers, employers and administrators.
Dr. Bailey is one of the foremost behavior analysts in the U.S. and a leading authority on ethics in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis. In addition to being a highly sought-after speaker at international conferences on ethics. read more
Matthew T. Brodhead serves on the BHCOE Commission and is an Associate Professor at Michigan State University. read more
Kristin Brunner is a writer living in Los Angeles and a member of the BHCOE Person & Family Workgroup. read more
Greta Celaj is a parent to two children on the autism spectrum and a member of the BHCOE Person & Family Workgroup. read more
Mari-Luci Cerda is a mom of 3, a behavior analyst, and member of the BHCOE Person & Family Workgroup. Follow her on Instagram: @the.bilingual.bcba. read more
Holly Coyne is a social media advocate for autism and a member of the BHCOE Person & Family Workgroup. read more
DBH, BCBA, LBA
Dr. Diana Davis-Wilson, DBH, LBA, BCBA is a licensed behavior analyst and the Chief Executive Advisor for Aspen Behavioral Consulting services. read more
Sigmund Eldevik is an associate Professor at Oslo Metropolitan University, Department of Behavioral Science, where he teaches courses in behavior analysis, early intervention for children with autism, and developmental psychology. read more
Dr. Wayne Fuqua is a professor in the Department of Psychology at Western Michigan University, a member of the applied behavior analysis and clinical faculties, and the director of the Behavioral Medicine Laboratory. read more
Stephanie Gorbold is the founder and president of GBC Autism Services and serves on the BHCOE Commission. read more
Dr. Tiffany Hodges is currently a Clinical Director at Optum, a national health insurance organization, and oversees the behavioral outpatient services for applied behavior analysis, intensive outpatient services, and family support services. read more
Tyler Hogan is the Director of Clinical Improvement of Proud Moments and serves on the BHCOE Commission. read more
Kim D. Kaiser is the bio parent and foster parent of two sons both on the Autism Spectrum and a member of the BHCOE Person & Family Workgroup. read more
Julie Kornack serves on the BHCOE Commission and is the Chief Strategy Officer of the Center for Autism and Related Disorders. read more
Eileen Lamb is a member of the BHCOE Person & Family Workgroup. Follow Eileen on Instagram: @theautismcafe. read more
Jenny Llorca is the Chief Clinical Officer at Early Autism Services and serves on the BHCOE Quality Measurement Provider Panel. read more
Dr. Michael J. Morrier is an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences at Emory University School of Medicine and serves on the BHCOE Quality Measurement Provider Panel (QMPP). read more
Michael Mozzoni, PhD, is the Director of Behavioral Services for Lakeview NeuroRehabilitation Center in Effingham NH. He is a board certified behavior analyst and certified brain injury specialist clinical trainer who has worked with people with brain injuries since 1985. read more
Johanna Murphy has an M.F.A. in Non-Fiction writing and a B.A. in Philosophy. Her family has been gleefully engaged in the service of public skepticism since they landed at Salem in 1629. read more
Jamie Pagliaro currently serves as Executive VP & Chief Learning Officer of Rethink and member of Rethink’s Scientific Advisory Board. read more
Maegen founded Breakthrough Behavior with the mission to provide highly effective and accessible services to individuals with autism. She serves on the BHCOE Commission. read more
David A. Pyles, PhD is a doctoral level Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA-D) and a licensed psychologist practicing in Los Angeles, California. read more
Dr. Denise Rockwell is a licensed developmental psychologist and board certified behavior analyst at the doctoral level. read more
Kristine Rodriguez leads the training, research, and clinical development initiatives at ALP and serves on the Quality Measurement Provider Panel (QMPP). read more
Hanna Rue holds a Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the University of North Dakota, maintains board certification as a behavior analyst (BCBA-D), and serves on the BHCOE Commission. read more
A graduate of The American School of Professional Psychology in Washington, DC, with a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology and a Master’s ... read more
Michele Trivedi is a graduate of the Xavier University Master’s Program in Health Services Administration (Cincinnati, OH) and serves on the BHCOE Commission. read more
Chanti Fritzsching Waters serves on the BHCOE Quality Measurement Provider Panel. read more
Dr. Rachel L. White is a business owner offering home, clinic, and school ABA programs for children with autism and other developmental disabilities. She serves on the BHCOE Quality Measurement Provider Panel. read more
Michael Zhe is the Chief Clinical Officer at Behavioral Health Works and serves on the BHCOE Quality Measurement Provider Panel. read more