Gabi Morgan, Ph.D., BCBA is currently an Assistant Professor in Applied Behavior Analysis at Bay Path University. She received her Doctorate in ABA from Endicott College where her research focused on using time-based schedules to prevent challenging behavior in preschoolers with backgrounds of traumatic events. Over the last 25 years she has sought to expand her knowledge and practice of ABA in her work with children of all ages and skill levels, their families, and in the training of others in ABA. She is dedicated to the dissemination of ABA and in guiding students of behavior analysis toward meaningful careers and a deeper understanding of the science of behavior.
Paul J. Mahoney, Ph.D., LABA, BCBA currently serves as Vice President of Adult Residential Programs for Amego, Inc. in Massachusetts. Dr. Mahoney earned his Doctoral Degree in Applied Behavior Analysis from Endicott College in 2018. At Amego, Inc., he is responsible for the administration of adult residential services as well as for the delivery of the highest quality ABA-based clinical services to adults diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder and other Developmental Disabilities. Dr. Mahoney has extensive clinical and administrative experience working with children and adults in public and private schools, homes, day habilitation programs, community-based day supports, and residential programs. Academically, he holds a particular interest in the evaluation of experimental design and data collection methods in the context of Applied Behavior Analytic research.
Dr. Mahoney is honored to serve the Massachusetts Association for Applied Behavior Analysis in the capacity of At Large Representative, and he is eager to continue to advocate for those adults diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder and other developmental disabilities.
Congratulations to Dr. Joseph Vedora for his re-election to another term as a member of the the MassABA Board of Directors. Dr. Vedora has been instrumental in chairing the Conference and Legislative Committees of MassABA, planning and facilitating the annual conference, and leading critical legislative efforts for BCBAs in MA.
Thank you to Dr. Vedora for his continued service to MassABA!