Evolving ABA 012 | Communities and Organizations for Black ABA Practitioners with Kelly Baird

On this episode of Evolving ABA, join Dr. Nasiah Cirincione-Ulezi, Ed.D., BCBA and Kelly Baird, BCBA, IBA, CCTS-I for a discussion on supportive organizations for Black practitioners and students in behavior analysis. Kelly Baird is the founder of Black Women in Behavior Analysis Appreciation Day (BWIBAAD), current president of Missouri Black Behavior Analysis Community (MOBBAC), and Vice President of Operations for ABAVerzus. Listen to learn about communities and organizations for Black practitioners and model organizations for others looking to be more welcoming and supportive of marginalized groups.  

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Find Dr. Cirincione-Ulezi on Instagram @drnasiah1

Find Operant Innovations on Instagram @operantinnovations 

Kelly Baird’s Business Card: https://hihello.me/p/00f5a824-ea35-4eb3-84ae-3b779070b7c2

BWIBAAD Contact Information


LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/bwibaad-black-women-in-behavior-analysis-appreciation-day/

Instagram: @bwibaad

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=61555045104068&sk=followers

MOBBAC Contact Information


Website: https://www.mobbac.org/

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/mobbac/

Instagram: @mobbaclife

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=61553355238087&paipv=0&eav=AfZSl5yg_MfRpr9PHbCTs6Rt1GFIXqVxdPj0VVc5AOJPkd3l70-6l2HwOQmwRUsPoOc

ABA Versuz Contact Information

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/abaverzus-block-party/?trk=public_post_main-feed-card_reshare_feed-actor-image

Instagram: @abaverzus

Information about TAP (The ABA Pathfinders):

TAP is a group dedicated to promoting inclusive Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) programs, with a focus on Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), high schools, and employers. Our mission is to foster diversity, inclusivity, and accessibility in ABA education across various educational settings and workplaces. TAP advocates for increased access to education and training in behavior analysis at HBCUs, high schools, and among employers, highlighting opportunities for growth and enhanced educational offerings. Members of TAP work to create meaningful change in the field of ABA, promoting diversity and inclusivity in education and practice.

Website: https://www.mobbac.org/tap-the-aba-pathfinders For questions about TAP, please reach out to: mobbaclife@gmail.com

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