Kim joined NECC in 2007, as a teacher in the residential program, after graduating from Michigan State University. Kim held several positions within our residential program, gaining experience working with individuals aged 5-22 years of age in a variety of settings. In 2010, Kim earned her Master of Science degree in Applied Behavior Analysis from Northeastern University. Shortly after, Kim worked in Abu Dhabi for a year and became a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. Upon returning to Boston, Kim began the Ph. D. program in Behavior Analysis through Western New England University and is currently completing research toward her dissertation requirements, examining behavioral resurgence. In September of 2015, Kim joined the ACE department as a Training and Implementation Specialist. In this position, Kim provides initial ACE training and on-going support to our ACE clients located around the country. Kim enjoys attending and presenting at several regional and national conferences in the field of behavior analysis.