Pamela is a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst with more than 24 years’ experience in the assessment and treatment of problem behavior and skill acquisition in children and adults with developmental disabilities (I/DD). Her focus is on early intervention and prevention and clinical expertise is in strategies to facilitate development of critical skills in very young children and evaluate the effects of proactive approaches to prevent the emergence of problem behavior. Pamela and her graduate students work with GoodLife’s North Star Academy to help identify and foster strategies for the development of language, social skills (imitation/attention), and self-help skills (sleeping, toileting, feeding) in both typically developing children and those at risk for, or diagnosed with, disabilities. Pamela served as a guest editor for the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, Journal of Organizational Behavior Management, Behavior Analysis in Practice, and Education and Treatment of Children. She received her Ph.D. from the University of Florida in Psychology (with an emphasis in Behavior Analysis) in 2007. Pamela is currently an Associate Professor in Applied Behavioral Science with the University of Kansas.