Amanda Schultz is a born-and-raised Chicagoan who received her bachelors degree in special education from the University of Dayton. After spending a few years working as a resource teacher, Amanda started working at Chicago ABA Therapy and pursuing her masters degree in Applied Behavior Analysis at Ball State University. She has experience working with clients ages 2 to 7 as well as working in the home and clinical settings. Her favorite part about being a BCBA is seeing the growth her clients make and knowing that she is making a difference in their lives.
Fun fact: In college, Amanda spent a summer studying abroad in Angers, France where she communicated primarily in French and got to go on fun excursions!