VP of Pacific Northwest Clinical Operations
Charna Mintz, Ph.D., BCBA-D
Charna began her career in 1996 as a special educator for public schools in Georgia and later Nevada, providing instruction in self-contained classrooms for children with a variety of developmental disabilities. She received her masters in psychology in 2001 and her Ph.D. in 2003 from the University of Nevada, Reno. Since graduating she has served as the chief behavior analyst for an adult residential center in Nashville, TN and provided extensive school based consultation in New York. Most recently she spent 18 months developing center-based services for young children with autism in Perth, Australia. She is committed to and passionate about providing positive behavior intervention and instruction to children and support and education to families and educators. She is well versed in curriculum development, implementation and on-going assessment; a variety of instructional methodologies (e.g., discrete trial instruction, errorless teaching, direct instruction, etc.); functional assessment, analysis, and behavior intervention plan development, implementation and analysis; application of current research findings and best practices; and the overall improvement of existing systems utilizing empirically validated methodology.
Holly Almon, M.S., BCBA, LBA
Holly has been involved in the field of behavior analysis since 1996, when she started working part-time as a behavioral therapist while in college. She earned her Master of Science degree in Behavior Analysis from the University of North Texas in 2003, relocated to Seattle, and became a Board Certified Behavior Analyst in 2004. Holly has extensive clinical experience in designing, providing, and supervising interventions to serve children and adolescents with autism and related disabilities and their families, including those experiencing profound behavioral challenges. She has provided comprehensive and systemic home, school, and community based consultative services to children, families, clinics, and school district personnel, and has managed her own private practice. Holly's passions as a practitioner include performance management, assessment and analysis, program development, teaching pragmatic language skills, and resolving unique and complex behavioral challenges. Her passions as a leader include the design and management of clinical projects and processes, and helping practitioners in the behavioral/mental health field to cultivate and uphold accomplishment-based performance improvement practices.
CLIENT INTAKE COORDINATOR
Anna Biddle, AA
Anna received her education in Early Childhood Education and Child Psychology from Lake Washington Institute of Technology. After graduating, she worked in Portland for three years, teaching and supervising at a French Immersion Early Learning Center. Upon moving back to her home in Washington, Anna worked as a youth counselor for children with disabilities, histories of trauma, and severe mental health challenges. Anna has worked closely with people of all ages, developmental levels, diverse backgrounds, and underserved populations. She is passionate about working with people, supporting families, and helping bridge the gap between families and resources.
Human Resources Specialist
Alyssa Goodwin, BS
Alyssa received her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Western Washington University. After graduating and returning to her hometown of Seattle, she worked in vocational rehabilitation counseling assisting clients with disabilities secure gainful employment. Her passions are serving the community and leaving a positive impact on those she supports. Alyssa currently supports both Imagine Washington and Idaho as the Human Resources Specialist. Along with supporting our clinical teams, her goal is to help promote growth and development within the company to result in significant accessibility, higher efficiency and more children served.
Talent Acquisition Specialist
Brittany Bevis, BA
Brittany received her BA in Human Communications in Ashland, OR before relocating to New York where she identified a talent and passion for Talent Acquisition. She has a background in supporting healthcare entities to build strong, impactful teams that support underserved populations. She is currently a volunteer for a number of non-profits that support women's health and well-being, and recently began serving on the Jubilee Women's Center Associate Board. She is the Talent Acquisition Specialist for Imagines’ Pacific Northwest autism health programming, and finds much joy and fulfillment in making a difference in the lives of children and families in her community.