Anna Rosen, M.Ed., BCBA, LBA
Community-Based Instruction Program Assistant
Mrs. Rosen joined NBA in June 2014. She began working with individuals with autism as a Site Coordinator for YMCA in 2013, and as an active volunteer with Washington and Idaho Special Olympics. She gained her first formal training in Applied Behavior Analysis through NBA’s Tutor Training Program.
In 2014, Mrs. Rosen graduated from Washington State University with a Bachelor of Arts in Human Development, a Minor in Psychology, and a certificate in Family Studies. As part of the Human Development program, she completed an internship through NBA, and she continued on as an NBA Behavior Technician. In 2017, Mrs. Rosen accepted the position of Community-Based Instruction (CBI) Program Assistant. Alongside CBI Program Coordinator Randee Wagner, Mrs. Rosen targets functional and leisure skills for NBA learners in their home and in the community.
Rosen graduated from Arizona State University in August 2018 with a Master’s of Education for Curriculum and Instruction: Applied Behavior Analysis. Anna is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst and a Licensed Behavior Analyst in Washington state. Anna also qualifies as a Mental Health Professional under NBA’s DSHS licensure.