Erykah Spriggs (B.S, BCaBA) is a graduate student at the Armstrong campus of Georgia Southern University currently pursuing a master’s degree in behavior analysis. She works both privately in the Savannah, GA area as well as in the Effingham County public school system as a Board-Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst under the supervision of Rebeca Bovino-Sandquist (M.A, BCBA). She provides direct applied behavior analysis (ABA) therapy and programing for children with autism and other developmental disabilities between the ages of three to 13 years old. She has served in the field for three years. Erykah’s passion is to help individuals with and without disabilities making meaningful change in their lives as teach the foundation of ABA to other and helping them realize where their passions lie.