Bridget Anderson, M.Ed.
Assistant Executive Director, May Center School for Autism and Developmental Disabilities, Randolph, Mass.

Bridget Anderson has been with May Institute since 2007, and has held numerous positions including Teacher Assistant, Family Services Coordinator, Director of Family Support Services, Interim School Director, and Director of School Operations of the May Center School in Randolph. Her current postion is Assistant Executive Director.

Bridget has over 10 years of experience working with children with autism and their families, providing applied behavior analysis (ABA) services in school and home settings. She oversees the Family Services and Admissions departments, and works collaboratively with team members, families, and outside agencies to address the needs of the students served at the May Center School in Randolph. 

Her undergraduate degree is in Psychology from Providence College. She earned a Master’s in Education, School Counseling, from Salem State University. Bridget is licensed by the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) in School Counseling, grades 5-12. She is currently enrolled in the Florida Institute of Technology program for behavior analysis, and is completing her supervision hours under the direction of a board certified behavior analyst.