Lindsay Keker, BCBA
Lindsay was first introduced to the field of Applied Behavior Analysis during her undergraduate studies at Rutgers University, where she worked as a fieldworker at the Douglass Developmental Disabilities Center (DDDC). After going on to receive her Master of Arts in Teaching, Lindsay returned to the DDDC as a classroom teacher. During her time at the DDDC, Lindsay completed her coursework and experiential hours towards her BCBA. After leaving the DDDC Lindsay transitioned to teaching self-contained special education classes at Freehold Township Schools. Lindsay has been working first as therapist and, after obtaining her BCBA, a program coordinator for home therapy cases for five years. Lindsay has also presented her work at the Annual Autism NJ Conference.