Mariah has experience working with children and adults with developmental disabilities in home, community, and residential settings. She has worked as a residential support manager as well as providing community access and CLS services to adults in community settings before providing behavior support services. Mariah enjoys seeing changes made in the lives of clients following implementation of services, as well as building positive professional relationships with family members and staff working with clients.
Mariah enjoys spending time with her husband and dog, painting, cooking, and volunteering with the youth ministry at her church.
Mariah holds a BA in Psychology from West Virginia Wesleyan College and an MA in Exceptional Student Education (specializing in ABA) from the University of West Florida. Mariah is a recipient of the Kelly Lynn Martin award, given to one outstanding graduate from WVWC’s psychology department each year. She became a Board Certified Behavior Analyst in December 2016.
Board Certified Behavior Analyst
Licensed Behavior Analyst