Heather M. Pane, Ph.D., BCBA-D
Dr. Pane has specialized in the education and treatment of individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) since 1996. Her experience includes working at private not-for-profit schools for individuals with ASD, providing training and consultation to several public-school programs, and providing direct instruction, training, and consultation in the home setting and community to instructors and parents. Dr. Pane is also an adjunct professor at Caldwell University for the Department of Applied Behavior Analysis. She is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) and holds a teacher of the handicapped certificate in New Jersey. Dr. Pane completed a Master’s degree in Special Education at William Paterson University, and she completed her Master’s and Doctorate degree in Applied Behavior Analysis at Caldwell University. She has also presented at many local and national conferences, has a publication in Behavior Modification, and was the recipient of awards for both her thesis and dissertation research. Dr. Pane is highly motivated to assist in the development of Team 94 so adults with ASD can continue to learn the skills they need to be productive members of the community.