Megan Kirby, M.Ed., BCBA

Megan Kirby, M.Ed., BCBA

Ph.D. Candidate in Behavioral and Community Sciences

Research Areas: Narrative language, intervention design, implementation science, education, social justice, applied behavior analysis (ABA)

Megan Kirby, BCBA (pronouns: she/her/hers) is a doctoral candidate and graduate research assistant at the University of South Florida (Advisor: Trina Spencer, PhD, BCBA-D). Having co-founded UncomfortableX in 2017, she engages in personal and professional interests linking the application of behavior analysis to social justice, education, civil and human rights. Her primary research interests involve the measurement of narrative language in early childhood and the design of storytelling interventions as a means of providing education to displaced (e.g., refugees, migrants, persons relocated due to natural disasters) and minoritized populations.

Education: B.A. (Flagler College), M.Ed. (University of Virginia)

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