AVP Scientific and Academic
Allaina Douglas is a doctoral student at the University of Oregon in the Special Education and Clinical Sciences department. She is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) and has years of experience working as a behavior consultant in school settings. Her passion for precision teaching began during her M.A. degree at Western Michigan University, which lead her to enroll and graduate from Morningside Academy’s Summer School Institute. In addition to her work in the schools, Allaina serves as a supervisor for undergraduate students pursuing a degree in Family Health Services and Special Education. She is also the president of the University of Oregon’s Behavior Analysis Student Organization (BASO). Allaina’s applied experience includes early intervention, parent and teacher training, and elementary academic interventions. Her current research interests are higher education instructional design and delivery, implementation science, and academic interventions for elementary students. Allaina is a member of the Association for Behavior Analysis International (ABAI) and the Standard Celeration Society. Allaina looks forward to accompanying this community in the dissemination of precision teaching and the Standard Celeration Society.