Instructor: Kelly Therrien

Kelly Therrien
Biography:

M.S., BCBA

Kelly Therrien, M.S., BCBA, is an experienced behavior analyst who has dedicated her work to improving the workplace through organizational behavior management. Kelly has worked with organizations across the United States and Canada, with leaders spanning various industries, such as human services, nuclear power, oil and gas, nonprofit and franchise enterprises.

Currently, Kelly is the product manager for professional development with ABA Technologies, Inc. In this role, Kelly oversees various professional development products aimed at dissemination of the science of human behavior. 

Prior to joining ABA Technologies, Kelly worked as a senior consultant and project manager at ALULA, an organizational behavior management consulting firm. In this role, she oversaw a project team to deliver strategic client engagements for a multimillion dollar account. Prior to her project manager role, Kelly served as a member of ALULA's operations team, playing a vital role in its consultant readiness and delivery function. She provided leadership in ALULA's consultant training and development method experience and assisted in the selection, onboarding and development of new consultants for ALULA's accounts, bringing her behavioral science expertise to experienced performance consultants.

Kelly holds an M.S. in Applied Behavior Analysis with an emphasis in Organizational Behavior Management from Florida Institute of Technology. She also holds a B.S. in Psychology with a minor in Business from Florida State University.


Classes by this instructor


Introduction to Organizational Behavior Management: Behavior Analysis in a Business Setting
Introduction to Organizational Behavior Management: Behavior Analysis in a Business Setting - BEHP1222 Introduces behavior analysis in business including a case example and two OBM tools. Encourages a behavioral worldview maintaining perspective that behavior occurs in all settings. Identifies likely critical behaviors for business results. Discusses business results and examples of critical behaviors, as well as two tools used within OBM and examples.


May 1, 2020 to April 30, 2021, Canvas 2