Beth attended the University of Virginia and has a degree in psychology. She became a Positive Behavior Support Facilitator in 2009. Beth has worked in the field for 18 years in a variety of settings, including at a residential center for adolescents, as a case manager in the community, in DD Quality Assurance and as a PBSF in the community. She is currently the PBS/PCT Specialist at the Partnership for People with Disabilities. Beth is a strong advocate for promoting person centered and positive practices wherever she goes!
Molly holds a masters degree in Special Education and was endorsed as a Positive Behavior Support Facilitator in 2009. She has worked in homes, communities and schools to support positive life outcomes for children and adults with disabilities. Molly is particularly interested in fostering healthy relationships to improve everyone’s quality of life, and coordinates several projects at the Partnership for People with Disabilities focused on trauma informed abuse prevention.