Working Together and Empowering Positive Change
Ann Baloski is graduate of Western Michigan University’s Applied Behavior Analysis program. She has been Board Certified in Behavior Analysis since 2003 and practicing ABA in Indiana since 2000. She has consulted with state agencies, participated on the management team for the closure two state institutions and later with Outreach Support Services. She has overseen staff development and ABA/VB programs for Children with Autism for two different Centers. Ann has been adjunct Facalty for Ball State University; teaching an undergradualte ABA coarse and collaborated with BSU's Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders, where researched web-based supports for parents of children with ASD. She is the past President of the Hoosier Association for Behavior Analysis, where she has been involved with the Public Policy committee since 2012, and a member since 2007. Ann is a memeber of the The Association for Professional Behavior Analysts and the Association for Behavior Analysis International. Ann establish BehaviorWorks in 2006 with the focus of supervison and to support of the growing ABA needs of Children with Autism andtheir parents. Ann has an array of interests all of which serve the end goal of supporting people to reach their personal and professional goals through the science of Behavior Analysis. Positive change is Ann's driving force!
Dr. Nelson is an accomplished Director of Clinical Services with broad and successful experience in managing diagnosis and treatment programming for a wide variety of individuals, especially children and adults with intellectual disability, mental illness, and other intellectual and developmental disabilities. He has a clear and consistent record of designing and implementing successful transitions from large residential facilities to community-based programs. Dr. Nelson has strong team leadership and program management skills, with a proven ability to bring complex projects to completion on time and within budget. He is skilled in recruiting and training stable and effective clinical teams. And we are thankful that he has been a proud supporter of BehaviorWorks all the way!
Molly Quinn started out her career as a special education teacher 10 years ago, but began working as a behavior technician in 2010 and immediately fell in love with Applied Behavior Analysis. She was promoted to the role of ‘Parent Training Consultant’ shortly after. This is where Molly found her true passion; teaching individuals and their families within their home and communities. This passion led her here, to BehaviorWorks ABA. Molly graduated with her Master’s Degree in ABA, from Ball State University in May 2013 and received her BCBA certification in February of 2014 and is certified in Autism and Applied Behavior Analsis. Molly consistently recieves RAVE reviews from parents during our annual satisfaction survey. Molly, with her excellent clinical skills and compasion for parents continues to enrich the lives of her teammates, the families she supports and her clients.
Katie McGill, BA, RBT, Admissions Coordinator
Katie McGill received her bachelor’s degree in psychology from Butler University in 2014. She discovered her passion for working with individuals with intellectual and development disabilities as a volunteer at Best Buddies Indiana. She has worked as a behavior technician since 2011 and has a broad range of experience in both home, community, and clinic settings. She began working for BehaviorWorks in 2015 as a lead behavior technician and administrative support. She is a wonderful person to work with! Kind, ambitious, and dedicated! We are so happy she joined our team! She plans to pursue a master’s degree in Applied Behavior Analysis and she will continue to be be amazing all the way!
Ann Baloski, MA, BCBA, Founder and Executive Director
Dr. Casey Nelson, PsyD, HSPP, Psychologist
Molly Quinn, MA, BCBA, Behavior Analyst