Loveth has joined Progressive Behavioral Science after coming all the way from Nigeria in west Africa, from which she relocated a few years ago. Last December, she graduated from Minnesota State University in Moorhead with a bachelor’s degree in Psychology. Loveth has always had a great passion for helping others, but her passion for ABA was ignited when she provided behavioral aid for a child within the spectrum, an experience which changed her life and set her on her life’s path. Since then, she has conducted ABA therapy in both the home and clinical settings as well as in the school and community settings. Loveth is planning on furthering her education, and attaining BCBA certification, so she can keep helping as many people as possible. She has said, “Since I started working with autistic children, it has been the most exciting experience of my life. Knowing I am impacting a child’s life is a blessing. It’s wonderful to see the child you’ve been working with grow and learn new social skills, to see that child flourish with the skills that they can use for the rest of their life, that’s the best part of that journey.”