Suzette Rosario is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) with a master’s degree in Psychology from Jacksonville State University in Jacksonville, Ala. She has worked with children, adolescents, and adults with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and other developmental disabilities for nearly 10 years.
Before joining May Institute, Mrs. Rosario was a Residential Instructional Support Specialist for The Learning Tree in Piedmont, Ala., where she worked with adolescents and adults. She continues to work with adults in a group home setting, and is an adjunct professor at Savannah State University where she teaches behavior analytic courses.
Mrs. Rosario began her career with May Institute in 2013 as a Behavior Analyst at the May Center in Tennessee, and is now the Program Director at the May Center in Savannah, Ga., and Columbus, Ga., locations. In a behavior analytic role, Mrs. Rosario is responsible for supervising RBTs, BCBA and BCABA candidates, conducting functional assessments, writing treatment plans, parent training and analyzing data.
As a program director, Mrs. Rosario coordinates the hiring, and training of new staff, reviewing treatment plans, scheduling, and bi-weekly clinical meetings. In addition, she is active in the community by providing training and resources to families.