Marissa Eck M.A., BCBA, LBA received her bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Ramapo College of New Jersey and graduated and with a master’s degree in Applied Behavior Analysis from Caldwell University where she conducted and completed her master’s thesis on using Equivalence Based Instruction. She has been in the field of ABA for 7 years, where first she started as an early childhood paraprofessional. She has worked in clinical settings, providing home care, and most recently she has worked primarily as a school-based BCBA in public and private schools across New York City. She has worked with learners from ages 18 months through adulthood and has loved applying the principles of ABA across the life span. At the foundation, Marissa supports our early intervention learners and develops programming using the principles of applied behavior analysis. In addition, Marissa also assists in overseeing the supervision and training for our Registered Behavior Technicians providing direct services in our EIBI classrooms. In addition, Marissa supports the Work Employment and Adult Day Programs in strategizing and implementing ways to increase independence and work readiness skills.