PROGRAM DIRECTOR

Jen Collado, BCBA, LBA

Jen began working with individuals with autism and developmental disabilities providing direct care to adults over 17 years ago.  She received a Master’s Degree in Special Education from Missouri State University with additional graduate certificates in Applied Behavior Analysis, Autism, and Severe Developmental Disabilities.  She taught Special Education, piloting innovative programs to create better trained staff and developing family support services.  Since becoming a BCBA in 2009, Jen has worked in providing home, center and community based services.  Her work has focused on functional behavior assessment, skill development, functional analysis, developing behavior support plans, natural environment teaching, parent and professional training, and consultation with school districts.  She is passionate about helping individuals with disabilities live with independence and dignity.  

BEHAVIOR ANALYSTS

Adriana Luna, BCBA, LBA
Adriana’s experience with ABA began as a behavior technician in California, working primarily in home-based settings. That same year, she graduated with her BA in Psychology from UC Berkeley and continued working with low-income and immigrant families. Soon after, she began working within the TADPOLE study (a multi-site early intervention study that compared the Early Start Denver Model to Discrete Trial Training) at the UC Davis M.I.N.D. Institute. Adriana then moved to Seattle with her husband, where she graduated with her Master’s in Special Education with an emphasis on Applied Behavior Analysis from the University of Washington. In December of 2017, she became a Board Certified Behavior Analyst before joining the Imagine team.  She strives to further develop her skill sets in early intervention, parent training, and promoting a high quality of life for all individuals with disabilities.  Ever the lover of research and learning, Adriana looks forward to gaining expertise from her colleagues and hopes to one day continue on to gaining her PhD in Special Education.  

Brittany Martell Gheorghiu, BCBA, LBA
Brittany graduated from the University of Arizona with a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and completed a master’s degree in Psychology with an emphasis in Applied Behavior Analysis at Central Washington University. Before becoming a BCBA, she worked for several years assisting with neuropsychological assessment of both children and adults.  Brittany has worked developing behavior change programs in special education classrooms and center based ABA programs.  Brittany likes developing individualized programming and working with children with ASD and their families. In her free time, Brittany enjoys reading, doing jigsaw puzzles, and hiking with her dog.

Taylor Connors, BCBA, LBA

Taylor received her bachelor's degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Western Washington University in 2015. She continued on to receive her master's in Special Education with an emphasis in Applied Behavioral Analysis from the University of Washington. Taylor has had a wide range of experience with early childhood through adult services. She is excited to expand her skills and make a positive impact through partnering with people with ASD and their families.

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