Amy is a graduate student in UNT’s Behavior Analysis program. Prior to entering graduate school, Amy studied Human Development and Family Science at UNT. Amy has been an ORCA member since Spring 2020. She did a chicken training project in ORCA and successfully taught her chicken to open the feeder by stepping on the lever. Amy has her interest in improving the education system using Behavior Analysis. She has a variety of experience working with children with typical development as well as with autism. Currently, Amy is working as a teaching assistant in one of the undergraduate behavior analysis courses. She is also involved in a project that aims to teach local high school students about behavior analysis and community involvement.