Samantha Breeman earned her Master of Arts degree in Teaching from The College of New Jersey, where she also received the Anne Shenkle Award for Excellence in Strategy Instruction. She holds teaching certifications in elementary education, special education, and middle school literature and language arts. Currently, Samantha is pursuing her Doctoral degree in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) at Caldwell University. She completed her supervised fieldwork at Caldwell’s Center for Autism and Applied Behavior Analysis (CAABA) and has experience working with learners diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and intellectual disabilities in home, school, and recreational settings. Her research interests include the effects of procedural integrity manipulations, staff training, and the reduction of interfering behaviors. Samantha has served as the president of Caldwell’s Student Association for Applied Behavior Analysis (SAABA) chapter.