Reagan Gaynor graduated from Midland University in May of 2018 with a Bachelor’s in Psychology and Sociology, and a minor in Applied Behavior Analysis. She completed her undergraduate internship at the Munroe-Meyer Institute, where she received training in Severe Behavior Disorders and Early Intervention. Reagan continued working in the Early Intervention program for 7 months after completing her internship.
In August 2018, Reagan became a Board-Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst and dual-enrolled in the School Psychology and Applied Behavior Analysis graduate programs at University of Nebraska-Omaha. She joined the Radical Minds team in January of 2019.
“I chose to join the Radical Minds team because I am passionate about delivering ABA services and working in the schools! I have the opportunity to do both with Radical Minds.”
In Reagan’s free time, she enjoys visiting her fiancé, cooking new recipes, watching documentary series on Netflix/Hulu, and planning her wedding!
Kally began her education at the University of Nebraska at Omaha where she earned her B.S. in Psychology in 2015. Kally was introduced to the field of ABA after being hired at an early intervention clinic working with children with autism. She immediately fell in love with the work and realized she wanted to pursue further education. Working with the clients and families inspired Kally to go back to school to earn her BCaBA credential in 2019 and begin coursework towards her Master’s degree in Applied Behavior Analysis through Ball State University with the goal of becoming a BCBA. Kally hopes to continue to grow in her knowledge of ABA to provide the most effective treatment she can for the clients she serves.
When not at work, you can find Kally at concerts and shows with her family and friends, crafting, or spending time with her hedgehog Rigby.
Victoria graduated from University of Nebraska at Omaha in 2014 with a bachelor’s degree in developmental psychology. She has always loved working with children and had a passion for development and psychology. Victoria’s passion for development lead her to Kansas City where she was offered her first position in ABA as a behavior technician. In 2016 she moved back to Omaha to continue working in ABA. She started classes for her BCaBA through Florida Institute of Technology in 2016 and obtained the certification in 2018.
Victoria loves working with kids of all ages but her true passion is working with older learners and severe behavior. In her spare time Victoria likes to cook, weight lift, take yoga classes, paint, restore old furniture, and spend time with her dog, Gunther.
Brooke Wellendorf her Bachelors in Kinesiology and Nutrition from Kansas State University in 2016. She decided she wanted to study behavior and join the Masters in Applied Behavior Analysis program at Briar Cliff University. During her time there, she gained valuable experience working in severe problem behavior and early intervention. In August of 2018, she became a BCBA.
When not working, Brooke enjoys hanging out with her friends and family, doing puzzles, and eating ice cream.