Dr. Chong has specialized in the assessment and treatment of individuals with autism spectrum disorder and developmental disabilities for over 20 years. She holds a doctorate in Psychology from Western Michigan University specializing in behavior analysis, and is a licensed psychologist (Michigan and Florida) and doctoral-level Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA-D). She earned an M.B.A. in Healthcare Management in 2016.
Dr. Chong oversees the operations of May Institute’s national centers for applied behavior analysis (ABA) — home-based, school contracts, and center-based programs, and ensures that quality services are delivered in an efficient, cost-effective manner. She also has oversight of May Institute's flagship special education school based in Randolph, Mass.
Prior to joining May Institute in 2017 as the Vice President of Home, School, and Center-based Services, she served as the Director of Autism Services and Training at the Scott Center for Autism Treatment in Melbourne, Fla. She was also an Associate Professor in the College of Psychology and Liberal Arts at Florida Institute of Technology.