Lynette has worked in the field of applied behavior analysis for over a decade. Her interest was sparked as she gained insights into supporting students with various behavioral diagnoses during her tenure as program director of an education-based enrichment center. As she collaborated with caregivers to best serve the individual student’s needs, a deeper interest grew for the field of applied behavior analysis. Lynette ultimately entered the field as a behavior technician, and quickly completed her M.A. degree in Psychology and transitioned into her role as a clinical supervisor. While in this position, Lynette remained committed to maintaining the balance between sharing her clinical understanding of behavior interventions, while also remembering the importance of relying on the expertise of each parent/family for their unique understanding of their child. This balance of both the clinical and care is what continues to drive her as a Senior Clinician. In her role as a Senior Clinician, Lynette ensures every measure is taken to foster a collaboration between the client, caregivers, key stakeholders, and the clinical team. She supports the behavior technicians and caregivers to ensure the client receives the best possible coordinated supports for continued success across their lifespan.


California Association of Behavior Analysis (CalABA)
Black Applied Behavior Analyst (BABA)

Areas of Interest

Parent Collaboration
Motor Planning and Integration
School-Based Intervention
Organizational Behavior Management
Social Skills


B.S. Psychology-Eastern Illinois University
M.A. Psychology, Specialization in Applied Behavior Analysis – The Chicago School of Professional Psychology

Volunteer Work

Various organizations that specialize in food distribution and social engagement for youth across Southern California and in her native state of Illinois.

The BCI Mission and what it means to me

BCI’s mission means that every individual and every family we serve has the opportunity to experience life full of possibility and purpose. It means that we have the opportunity to partner with a community of individuals to support one another in accessing the activities of their daily lives with intentionality and dignity. Simply put, it means that everyone gets a chance. It is my hope that my experience and expertise will continue to support this person-centered revolution.