Determined, dedicated, tenacious, empowering and reliable are often words used to describe Dr. Britt Farley. Dr. B has spent that last decade practicing, researching, supervising and teaching in the field of behavior analysis. She has provided behavior support in a variety of settings specializing in 18-months to 9-years-old with little to no vocal communication. Her research has focused on telehealth in the field of ABA, remote staff training, using ABA in volunteerism, and the military population affected by an ASD diagnosis. Dr. B has been a guest peer reviewer for Behavior Analysis: Research and Practice, presented for state, national and international organizations, provided webinars, training and continuing education opportunities both remotely and in-person. She is licensed in Alaska, Washington, Nevada, and Texas. Dr. B is also an adjunct professor teaching supervision and management, measurement, research, and single-subject design. Britt is also a mom, military spouse, daughter, friend, sister, auntie and volunteer. She is the proud daughter of a Navy veteran and wife of an Airman. Britt enjoys spending time with her boys hiking, playing with legos and reading. She does not go a day without talking to her momma and travels whenever she can to see her friends (more like family) and family (pre COVID-19 of course). Britt has volunteered for organizations including Building Homes for Heroes, Emerald Coast Autism Center, Girl Scouts, and 4-H. She is dedicated to maintaining a healthy personal and professional life balance!