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Written by, Beth McKee, MSEd., BCBA This past weekend I had the pleasure to attend the Women in Behavior Analysis (WIBA) conference, a conference with a mission to highlight the work of women in behavior analysis, provide a space to discuss gender and diversity in the field, as well as connect practitioners with similar interests. T-Shirt swap These are some of my takeaways and thoughts: WIBA is a place for the community of women behavior
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Clicker training. Yup, clicker training. The method we use to train dogs to roll over is the same method Annie used to train up my business pitch. Tuesday, February 19, CoFounder Andrea gave a 5-minute pitch about BehaviorMe technology and business to an audience of judges and attendees, competing against a list of 7 finalists in areas ranging from craft boxes to water purification. This was the final step in a 4-month long business competition
Hey all, Welcome to our first blog post! We’re in a moment of transition right now, with many things coming and many things accomplished, so we figured it would be best to kick it all off with a review of where we’ve been and where we’re going. We’re coming on the anniversary of the start of Boomtown Accelerator, the first big catalyst for our own growth. With this, we want to give you all an