Kristin Stoeke, MS received her Master of Science in Applied Behavior Analysis with a Certification in Autism Spectrum Disorder in June 2020 from Bay Path University. She has experience working with students ranging in age from 3 – 10 years old with varied diagnoses, developmental, and behavioral challenges.
Before her work and education in the ABA field, Kristin developed skills and experience in local and statewide advocacy for Early Childhood. She spent several years leading her local Early Childhood advocacy group in establishing services for children and families throughout the community in which she lives.
Kristin is passionate about her work with young children and their families. She strives to build family supports and connections between school services and home to the best effect outcomes for her students. She has a strong belief in the school-home connection and a holistic approach to building her student’s independence.
Kristin has been married to her husband for over twenty years. They have two children and several furry pets that keep them on their toes. She and her family enjoy hiking, boating, kayaking, and many other outdoor activities. Over the past year, Kristin has also developed a love for running (her family supports this from the sidelines!).