Agnes received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication Science Disorders in 2016 from St. Xavier University. While earning her undergraduate degree, she began working in-home as a behavior technician and then became a Registered Behavior Technician. Captivated by the ability to help families with children on the spectrum, she knew ABA was her passion. After completing her undergraduate degree, she began her schooling at Ball State University and graduated in 2017, she then became a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst in 2018.
Agnes has worked with many individuals on the spectrum. Her strengths include working with teens or adults, focusing on activities of daily living and vocational tasks for employment opportunities. As for her early learners, she is ardent about making teaching as naturalistic as possible, making sure learning is fun.