Michelle Zeman is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst who has worked with children with Autism since 2013 in a variety of settings. Michelle was diagnosed with Autism when she was three years old and received ABA Therapy within the home setting throughout her childhood. Because of this, Michelle was able to mainstream and has had many successes, such as receiving her MA in Applied Behavior Analysis from Ball State University in July 2014. Michelle got her hand in the Behavior Analysis field volunteering at Sensory Solutions in Sarasota, FL helping each of the kids with a social skills group. She started her career working as a Direct Care Technician at Damar Services of Indianapolis, IN with females on the Autism spectrum ages 13-21 in the residential units. She transferred within the company six months later over to the Fall Creek ABA Clinic of Indianapolis, Indiana, working as an ABA Clinical Support Therapist, where she did 1:1 ABA Therapy with clients on the Autism spectrum and also helped with staff training and support. Michelle joined the PBS team in May 2015 and she could not be any happier. With Michelle’s ability to identify with children with Autism, her passion for working in this field has only grown deeper. As of September 2016, Michelle is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. With that said, she is excited to continue her education and career in this ever-changing field.