Tracy Kettering, Ph.D., BCBA-D
Director, ABA Center of Excellence
Jennifer Bailey, M.S.Ed., BCBA
Clinical Director, Adult Services, South Jersey
Jennifer began her career in 1998 in Bancroft’s Lindens Program, where she held various positions while pursuing her master’s degree in Applied Behavior Analysis at Temple University. She then served as a behavior analyst for Bancroft’s Consultation and Training and Lindens programs until leaving Bancroft in 2006 to pursue other career opportunities for a community residential provider for children and adults with severe challenging behaviors. Jennifer also provided and oversaw consultative behavioral services to children and families in home and public school settings before returning to Bancroft in 2011. Since rejoining Bancroft, she has held various leadership positions within the Lakeside and South Jersey Adult Services programs.
Jennifer is a board certified behavior analyst, a member of Bancroft’s Behavior Management Committee, and a certified trainer for Safe and Positive Approaches. She has presented at both regional and national conferences and has contributed to published research in several professional journals.
Kellie Goldberg, MS.Ed., BCBA
Clinical Director, Lakeside Program
Timothy Nipe, Ph.D., BCBA
Clinical Director, Campus Transitional and Lindens Programs
Dr. Nipe follows a scientist-practitioner model; the clinical challenges facing his clients have inspired his clinical research, and research findings have continually honed his practices. His research interests include the assessment and treatment of high-risk challenging behaviors, behavioral crisis intervention training, prostheses compliance, electronic data collection, staff training and collaboration between behavior analysts and medical professionals.
Nicholas Forvour, MS.Ed., BCBA
Prior to joining Bancroft in 2012, Mr. Forvour worked for a special education school and an in-home ABA provider. His experience has focused on the functional assessment of undesired behavior, treatment planning, teaching functional skills, and reinforcement based procedures. Mr. Forvour has over a decade of experience in school and home settings providing ABA -based programming for children and adults. Mr. Forvour’s research interest include the desensitization of dental procedures among children with developmental disabilities, classroom-based functional assessments, and teaching functional communication. Mr. Forvour has presented at regional conferences and is a member of ABAI, NJABA and MABA.