Co-Owner - Executive Director
Beth earned a master's degree in applied behavior analysis and behavior disorders from Columbia University and a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Boston University. She has over 20 years of experience supervising ABA programs for children with autism and related disorders and has worked in a variety of environments including homes, schools, and residential facilities. Beth worked in New York, Boston, and London prior to moving to Portland. She was given the Margaret Bauman award for Excellence in Serving the Autism Community in 1998. When not at Bridges, she enjoys exploring the Northwest with her husband and two children.