Dr. Charna Mintz received masters and doctoral degrees in psychology from the University of Nevada Reno in 2001 and 2003 respectively. She has been a Board Certified Behavior Analyst since 2004. Dr. Mintz has served as chief behavior analyst at a large adult residential facility, a school consultant, and clinical director for a private autism early intervention program. More recently she assumed the role of Executive Director for a multi-state autism services organization orchestrating the successful acquisition by a national provider where she served as the Vice President of Clinical Operations for the Pacific Northwest until 2021. Dr. Mintz is currently the Chief Clinical Office for Action Behavior Centers serving children and families across Texas, Arizona, and Colorado. Dr. Mintz has served as president of the Washington Association for Behavior Analysis and co-chair of that organization’s legislative committee, which sponsored a behavior analyst licensure bill that was passed into law in 2015. She recently completed her presidency with APBA and continues to serve as an active board member.