MEET OUR TEAM

Claire Paul

Claire Paul, the owner of Mosaic Autism Services, is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA-D) and has over 15 years of experience with classroom teaching and home programming for students with ASD. Claire received her bachelor's degree in psychology from Boston College, her master’s degree in special education from Johns Hopkins University, and her PhD in Exceptional Education from the University of Central Florida.

 
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Hayley Gordon is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst and our Director of Clinical Services. Hayley obtained her Masters degree in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) from Georgia State University. She attended Georgia College and State University for her undergraduate degree obtaining a bachelors degree in special education. Hayley has over a decade of experience serving children and families with exceptionalities in the school, home, community, and clinical settings. She specializes in serving families of children with autism focusing on increasing social skills and reducing problem behaviors. Hayley’s time in the classroom as a special educator led to her passion for educating families and preparing children for their least restrictive environment. Her goal is to create meaningful changes that will improve the lives of her clients using ABA one day at a time!

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Molly Campbell is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA-D).  After completing her Bachelor’s degree with a major in Spanish and Latin American Studies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Molly began working with children as a Youth, Family and Community Development Volunteer in the Peace Corps Dominican Republic.  She then taught Spanish which led her to an interest in supporting children with emotional and behavioral needs, and she pursued a Master’s in Special Education for Children with Emotional and Behavioral Disabilities from George Washington University.  After spending 8 years teaching and coordinating special education and getting her certification as a Primary Montessori teacher, Molly wanted to gain more skills supporting children with autism which led her to pursue a Doctorate in Education in Applied Behavior Analysis at the University of Memphis.  Molly is passionate about supporting children and their families and honoring the individuality of each child.