14 Jun Diana Martin – M.ED, BCBA, Senior Behavior Analyst
Diana holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology from The University of Scranton and a Master’s of Education in Learning, Cognition, and Development from Rutgers University. She completed her BCBA coursework at Florida Institute of Technology and became a Board Certified Behavior Analyst in 2015. She worked at Princeton Child Development Institute as an ABA therapist and in-home supervisor for children and adolescents diagnosed with Autism for five years before joining Friends of Cyrus as a BCBA in 2016. She sits on a Human Rights Committee and is a professional member of ABA international. Her dedication to children and adults with developmental disabilities drives her passion to help individuals develop to their fullest potential. Using the science of Applied Behavior Analysis, she works closely with families and staff to foster a positive environment while teaching a variety of social, academic, self-help, and community living skills to improve individuals’ quality of life and independence.