Jamie Duncan-Chapman graduated with a Master of Science in applied behavior analysis from Florida Institute of Technology in 2002 and also became a Board Certified Behavior Analyst in 2002. She began her career as a consultant for verbal behavior programs for children with language delays which included language assessments, behavior plan development, and parent and staff training. Jamie was also involved in a statewide foster care program that taught parents behavioral strategies based on Glenn Latham’s book, The Power of Positive Parenting.
She has experience building a behavioral clinic team as a clinical director for an organization serving adults with disabilities in both residential and day-program settings. Jamie has been a featured speaker in several webinars and workshops on a variety of topics including autism, verbal behavior, and applied behavior analysis. As a special education coordinator for a public-school system, she was responsible for assessing students, training teachers, and supervising the county-wide acquisition and implementation of a web-based professional development and resource program.
Jamie was a content developer for Trumpet Behavioral Health which gave her experience designing and developing online courses for various audiences. She has been a co-instructor at the FIT since 2012 and a senior lead instructional manager since 2015.