Sandra MacLeod received her PhD in special education from the University of Utah in 2008; she’s been a BCBA since 2000. Sandy has taught graduate and undergraduate courses in behavior analysis to pre-service teachers at the University of Utah and graduate students in the ABA program at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. Her clinical work and personal experiences often make their way into the classroom, showing students the far-reaching payoffs of behavior-change interventions, no matter how small. Sandy’s research interests are focused on working with disadvantaged students who are struggling in school. Currently, Sandy works as the clinical director of Mosaic Learning Systems in the Pacific Northwest.
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