President’s Welcome

March 2023

Thanks to everyone who attended our 18th Annual Conference. Almost 700 people attended in person or remotely via BehaviorLive, which was a 20% increase from last year. This, in addition to surpassing 1290 members, is indicative of the strength of our profession in New Jersey. Prior to the conference, Dr. Tyra Sellers shared her knowledge of ethical issues related to supervision. This was followed by a fun reception with LOTS of wonderful food. The next day, Dr. Janet Twyman presented to a standing room audience on how behavior analysts and technology have impacted education. We were also very fortunate to have 20 presentations and 12 posters from New Jersey behavior analysts. (Remember that you have access to the presentations for six months on BehaviorLive!) At the conference, we had the opportunity to recognize Dr. Greg MacDuff for his significant contributions to behavior analysis in New Jersey. His impact on our profession is great and we appreciate everything he has done to support our community. Finally, I would like to thank all the sponsors as well as the army of volunteers and staff. In particular, I would like to thank Erin White and the rest of the events committee for their tireless work to put on this amazing event.

Remember that there are many opportunities to be active in NJABA leadership. We will have openings for Treasurer/Finance Chair, Government Affairs Chair, and Events Committee Co-Chair. If you are interested in learning about these positions, please submit a letter of interest to

Plans are already underway for our 19th Annual Conference! In the meantime, come join us at the 2nd Annual Science of Behavior Analysis Conference on June 10, 2023 at Caldwell University – more details to come.

SungWoo Kahng, Ph.D, BCBA-D

President, NJABA

18th Annual

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NJABA’s mission is to advance the science and evidence-based practice of behavior analysis through research, education, service delivery, and advocacy in the state of New Jersey.


NJABA’s vision is a statewide community in which behavior analysts have the research, training, and resources they need to improve people’s lives.