Ashley Kemmerer, M.S., BCBA
Director of Training and Clinic Operations
About Ashley :
Ashley Kemmerer has been working with children with special needs since the age of 12 and she always knew she wanted to work with children but wasn’t sure in what capacity. During her undergraduate studies at Northeastern University she learned about ABA from a professor and decided to complete a co-op at the May Institute. At that point she knew ABA was the path she was looking for. After receiving her Bachelor of Science in psychology from Northeastern University she continued on with a Master of Science in applied behavior analysis (ABA) and autism from The Sage Colleges. Ashley is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in applied behavior analysis at Caldwell University. She has been working in the field of ABA for ten years and became a board certified behavior analyst (BCBA) in 2012. Ashley has spent her time as a practicing BCBA working with children and adolescents with various diagnoses in school, home and residential settings and spent 3 years also providing in home feeding therapy. She is originally from Philadelphia (she moved to NJ for the Ph.D. program) and she is a huge Philly sports fan. When she is not working or doing school work she enjoys spending her time with her husband and her furbabies Sheeba (dog) and Bella (cat).