Jackie Hamlin is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst and Unlicensed Psychotherapist who serves as the Assistant Director of ABA at Emerge. Her educational background includes a bachelor’s degree in Creative Arts Therapy with a concentration in Dance/Movement Therapy, from Russell Sage College, as well as a master’s in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and a Graduate Certificate in Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) from Ball State University. Since 2006, Jackie has held a variety of professional roles prior to becoming a BCBA, leading to a well-rounded career working with individuals with complex conditions, including autism. Since joining the Emerge team in 2014, she has developed a passion for the supervision and mentorship of other clinicians to guide ethical and high-quality ABA service delivery and promote scientific intrigue. Her clinical experiences include serving individuals of all ages, in a variety of settings, who have autism as well as comorbid conditions including developmental disabilities, mental health concerns, and medical complexity. Jackie is actively engaged in the Applied Behavior Analysis field through memberships in the Association of Professional Behavior Analysts and Colorado Association for Behavior Analysis, contributions as an External Reviewer to the National Clearinghouse on Autism Evidence & Practice (NCAEP) 2020 report on Evidence Based Practices (EBPs), and engagement as a Subject Matter Expert with the Behavior Analysis Certification Board (BACB). Apart from her career at Emerge and professional interests, Jackie spends time deepening her yoga practice and studies, exploring National Parks, and dancing to live music.