Amanda Moralez, M.S., BCBA
Clinical Director, Achieve Therapy Services
Amanda Moralez, M.S., BCBA is the Clinical Director for Achieve Therapy Services. She is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) whose career has focused on working with children on the autism spectrum. She has seen firsthand the profound impact therapeutic services can have on a child’s life. Amanda holds a Master of Science in Psychology from Walden University and completed the requirements to become a BCBA through Florida Institute of Technology. Amanda has worked in the ABA field for over 12 years and has served as a Behavior Technician, Program Manager, Clinical Director, and Regional Director. During her years of professional experience, she has had the opportunity to work with a wide variety of learners and present research regarding effective behavior intervention procedures. She is thrilled to be serving as the Clinical Director for Achieve Therapy Services because it allows her the opportunity to utilize her passions for fostering effective collaboration across disciplines and helping new clinicians grow.
Laura Friday, M.Ed., BCBA
Clinical Director, Huntersville Clinic
Laura Friday, M.Ed., BCBA is the Clinical Director at the Huntersville Clinic. With 10 years of experience in the field of ABA, she has worked across multiple environments, including community service locations, home based providers, and a private school. Laura is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) who received her Masters of Education from Texas A&M University. Laura loves to see the impact that Mosaic makes every day with our clients, and believes it is the most fulfilling reward to be a part of that growth. Her clinical passions center around early intervention as well as staff training. Teaching staff 21 ways to increase a client’s play skills, communication, and social skills with a dinosaur or a Mr. Potato Head is her idea of the perfect day!
Gina Gremelspacher, M.Ed., BCBA
Clinical Director, Pineville Clinic
Gina Gremelspacher, M.Ed., BCBA is the Clinical Director at the Pineville Clinic. Gina received an Autism Fellowship at Penn State University where she received her Master’s degree in Special Education with an emphasis in autism. As part of her fellowship she worked with Speech Pathologists and special educators to complete research, educate the community, and work with families with children on the autism spectrum. Gina has worked with individuals with autism and in the field of ABA for over 20 years, giving her the opportunity to work in a variety of settings with children and adults on the Autism Spectrum including in homes, clinics, schools, universities, and community settings. During this time, Gina’s experience has taught her to meet the individual strengths and needs of each child. One memorable internship that made an everlasting impression included working with families and their children with special needs from all over the world in a recreational setting involving dolphins where the entire family could relax and have fun in a motivational environment. Gina’s passion for working with children with autism and related special needs started when she was in high school and continues to this day.
Callie Plattner, M.S., LPA, BCBA
Vice President of Clinical Operation, Triangle region
Callie Plattner, M.S., LPA, BCBA serves as the Vice President of Clinical Operations for the Triangle region. She received her Master of Science degree from Auburn University in Applied Behavior Analysis and has been practicing in North Carolina since 2008. Over the years, she has held leadership and clinical positions across a variety of community, residential and clinic-based settings. In 2018, Callie was accepted as an International Discovery Fellow for the Global Autism Project and currently sits on their advisory council. Callie has also served on the North Carolina Association for Behavior Analysis (NCABA) as Member at Large, Community Liaison and Past-President. Additionally, she has served on the Board of Directors for the Association of Professional Behavior Analysts (APBA). Callie’s passion for research and clinical outcomes has been demonstrated through numerous professional presentations and ongoing research projects with the Mosaic team with a focus on parent and staff training.
Sarah Pope, M.S., BCBA
Vice President of Clinical Operations, Charlotte metro region
Sarah Pope, M.S., BCBA serves as the Vice President of Clinical Operations for the Charlotte metro region. With over 16 years of experience in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis, Sarah has seen first hand the profound impact that ABA can have on the life of a child, as well as their family. Over the last decade, Sarah has focused on providing high quality ABA programs to children on the autism spectrum as well as mentoring and supporting clinicians pursuing board certification as a BCBA/BCaBA. Sarah received her undergraduate degree from Wake Forest University. She received her Master of Science degree through the psychology department at Auburn University with a concentration in Applied Behavior Analysis of Developmental Disabilities. Sarah enjoys seeing all of the progress that Mosaic’s clients make on a daily basis as well as continuing to educate the community about the amazing capabilities of Applied Behavior Analysis.