KB graduated from Covenant College with a Bachelors in English and minor in Education in May 2017. In January of 2018, KB started working as a Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) in an educational setting serving preschool children with ASD. Shortly after, she began schooling and went on to earn a Masters in Comprehensive Exceptional Student Education with an emphasis in Applied Behavior Analysis in May 2021 from University of West Florida. She became a BCBA in July 2021 and is licensed in the state of Alabama.

KB has experience in educational and clinical settings working primarily with preschool and school-age children. Most of her work has focused on functional communication training, caregiver training, verbal behavior and challenging behavior reduction. 

KB is passionate about pushing for a more reformed ABA that is centered around trauma-assumed and compassionate care. She also enjoys being able to collaborate with compassionate service providers for a more effective treatment package, as well as staying informed on what the autistic community has to say about their experiences with ASD and ABA. She is also passionate about making ABA and caregiver participation more accessible to spanish-speaking families/communities.