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BehaviorAnalysis@Simmons Faculty Spotlight: Kylan Turner, PhD, BCBA-D, LABA

Associate professor Kylan Turner’s research in interventions to address sleep and feeding behavior problems in children with autism has taken her around the world.

MBA@Simmons Joins the National Conversation on Board Diversity

Last month, SimmonsLEADS partnered with 2020 Women on Boards to host events across the United States and the globe to discuss ongoing efforts of companies to increase the number of women on executive boards.

Meet Health Care MBA Student, Jennifer Bernier '18MBA

Jennifer Bernier shares how she landed her Marketing Manager position at American Well.

An Equitable Approach to Structural Determinants of Health

Much of the focus of public health has been on behavior change at the individual level. While this is a crucial component to improving health outcomes, it is not always adequate in addressing barriers to health equity. Learn more about why the online MPH@Simmons program looks at public health through the lens of equity, rather than equality.

Meet Behavior Analysis Student Maria Villegas, ’18SW

A registered behavior technician, Maria Villegas says her mission in life has always been to help others. As an undergraduate she studied psychology, and later worked as a preschool teacher. Villegas enrolled in the BehaviorAnalysis@Simmons program to continue to study human behavior and to prepare to become BCBA® certified.

Meet MBA Student, Lisa Hooper '18MBA

Lisa Hooper is a senior producer and studio manager for celebrity portrait photographer Martin Schoeller. With 15 years of experience in arts management and a Master of Fine Arts degree from the Massachusetts College of Art, Lisa knows the ins and outs of running art businesses.