Chelseigh graduated from the University of Nevada- Las Vegas in 2012, where she earned her bachelors degree in Psychology with a minor in communications. She currently is working on completing her masters in professional behaviorism from the Florida Institute of Technology, with the goal of receiving her BCBA. When Chelseigh was in high school, her two young brothers were diagnosed with autism, which lead to her love and passion of ABA. While having a personal perspective, and seeing how ABA changed her brothers’ lives in so many different ways, Chelseigh changed the direction she was headed and changed her major from English to Psychology, and accepted a job working as a behavior technician in Southern California. Since then, Chelseigh has been a behavior technician for 11 years, working with children and adolescents ages 2-18 throughout Southern California, Nevada, and now in Utah, where she is a behavior analyst-intern. Chelseigh takes great pride and has a strong passion in helping children learn how to function in the world, by helping them learn how to communicate in their own special individualistic ways.