Meet our Staff

Rachel Rudolph

Rachel Rudolf, BS, MA, BCBA - CCA Clinical Coordinator

Rachel Rudolf is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). She holds a Master’s of Arts of Special Education of Applied Behavior Analysis with an emphasis on Autism Spectrum Disorders from Ball State University.
 
In 2012, she started her career in  ABA therapy for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) as well as other developmental delays. Her passion is in early intervention. She has experience in home, center-based, and school programs. She has worked with individuals from 18 months to 22 years old. Rachel loves seeing each child reach their fullest potential, and is always excited about further educating our community.

Lex Robinson

Lex Robinson, BA, MA, LBA, BCBA -  ABA Supervisor

Lex Robinson is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). She holds a Master’s of Arts of Special Education of Applied Behavior Analysis with an emphasis on Autism Spectrum Disorders from Ball State University.

She started working with individuals with Autism in 2010. She loves making an impact with the younger population. She has experience in home and centered- based programs. She has worked with individuals from 2 to 16 years old. Lex enjoys using a variety of methods including sign language, alternative communication devices, and spoken words to teach communication skills.

Teah Obeidalla

 

Teah Obeidalla, BS, RBT - Registered Behavior Technician of Marshall County

She is currently working on her Master’s degree in Psychology with a specialization in Applied Behavior Analysis from Capella University. She has hopes of becoming a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) and plans to sit for her exam next year after she graduates. She has 3 years of experience working with individuals with disabilities. She has experience with children as well as adults. She has 2 years of experience working with individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Working at the Children’s Center for Autism she has found her passion which is working in early intervention. 

 

Becky Jamison

Becky Jamison, BS, RBT - CCA Registered Behavior Technician of Marshall County

I started with the CDC in July 2008 as the Marshall County Center Manager.  When I started doing early intervention visits in our community, I was surprised by the number of children we were serving with autism.  I am so glad that we opened the CCA program and have this resource for families in our community.  It's amazing to work with the children enrolled in the program and watch their progress!

Lucy Fletcher

 

Lucy (Kelsey) Fletcher, RBT - Behavior Technician of Marshall County

Lucy is a Registered Behavior Technician. She is currently attending coursework to pursue her BCaBA through Ashford University. She has experience working with children and adults that have special needs. She loves what she does, and looks forward to seeing the kids progress.

Kat Fletcher

 

Kat Fletcher, BS, RBT- Registered Behavior Technician of Marshall County

Kat is a Registered Behavior Technician. She also holds a Bachelor's of Science from Middle Tennessee State University. She has experience as a lead teacher in the preschool setting, as well as experience with comprehensive development classrooms in the public school system. Kat knows each child has unique talents and attributes and strives to help each child reach his or her fullest potential. 

Melinda Black

 

Melinda Black, BS, RBT - CCA Registered Behavior Technician of Bedford County

Melinda began as an early intervention instructor at Bedford County CDC in 2002.  She also received her Bachelor's of Science degree in 2009, and am a Registered Behavior Technician. She is currently pursuing my Master's Degree in Applied Behavior Analysis in order to become a BCBA.  Melinda finds that it is  extremely rewarding to be a part of CCA and to see positive changes in the clients every day.

Hannah Turner

 

Hannah Turner, RBT- Behavior Technician of Bedford County

Hannah Turner is currently attending Motlow State Community College to obtain her associates degree. After graduating she is planning on attending Middle Tennessee State University to get her bachelor degree in child development and family studies. Hannah spends time outside of Children's Center for Autism volunteering in Alaska on mission trips working with children ages 1-18 years old. She loves working with children and seeing them grow and learn new skills everyday. 

Crystal Bentley

 

Crystal Bentley, RBT- Behavior Technician of Bedford County

She has 5 years experience working in center-base and School Programs. She Graduated from Waterford Mott High school and attended Oakland community college. She has worked with children from the ages of 2-14. Crystal loves working with children and helping them meet their goals. She has 5 children of her own and loves sharing her life with other children. She is very excited about her future in this program.

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