Lisa Kota, MADS, BCBA, is a Clinical Supervisor at AlphaBee. She became a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst in 2013. Lisa is also a certified Early Start Denver Model (ESDM) therapist, effective at teaching language and social engagement during play activities. Lisa has over 15 years experience in the field, entering the field in 2005, and has been with AlphaBee since 2008. Lisa’s career in ABA has spanned teaching with a Discrete Trial Teaching (DTT) approach, teaching with a Verbal Behaviour approach, teaching with ESDM, to increasing generalization using the EBIC (degli Espinosa, 2011), to advanced social skills curricula. Lisa has also learned, with consultation from FTF consulting, to use Dr. Hanley’s practical functional assessment and skills-based treatment for problem behaviour. Lisa has also been a member of the Seneca College Professional Advisory Committee (PAC) since 2014, and was co-chair of the committee from September 2016 to July 2018. She has also written 9 articles for the Autism Ontario Autism Matters magazine. Lisa enjoys sharing AlphaBee’s teaching procedures through workshops and conference presentations. She also has a special interest in the development of specialized learning materials to facilitate learning.