Bernardus attended the University of British Columbia where he received a B.Sc. in Psychology. Following this, Bernardus received an M.A. in Special Education, specializing in Autism and Developmental Disabilities from University of British Columbia. Bernardus has worked with individuals with autism in home, school, and community settings. He first became interested in the Global Autism Project while sitting in one of its session at ABA International in 2012. When the opportunity to join SkillCorps appeared in 2013, Bernardus did not hesitate to be a part of the team to Indonesia. He also travelled to Nicaragua last summer as part of an initial team to set up the organization’s partnership at CIE. Currently, Bernardus is the key clinical supervisor for the Global Autism Project’s partnership with Rumah Tiara in Jakarta, Indonesia.
Emily Boshkoff, Psy.D., BCBA
Dr. Emily Boshkoff is a clinical team member who has been involved with the Global Autism Project since 2012. Emily is currently working as a post-doctoral psychology fellow in the Washington DC area, where she provides assessment and therapy services to young children with autism and other behavioral challenges. Clinical and research interests include staff training and BCBA supervision, behavioral parent training, and early intervention.Emily participated as a SkillCorps member on one of the first trips to India, and went on to become a SkillCorps team leader and the Research and Training Coordinator from 2013-2014. Emily has been an active member of SkillCorps traveling to the Dominican Republic, Kenya and Indonesia.
Ksenia Kravtchenko, M.S., BCBA
Ksenia is a clinical team member who has been involved with the Global Autism Project since 2015. Ksenia is currently working as a Senior Behavior Analyst, primarily providing home based consulting in the Boston area. Additionally, she has been working as a mentor providing BACB supervision for graduate students at Simmons College since 2014. Ksenia has participated as a SkillCorps member on trips to Kenya and Nicaragua, and she has been the trip leader on one additional trip. Ksenia is the key clinical supervisor for the Global Autism Project’s partnership with ABA Centrum in Prague, Czech Republic.
Michelle Zube MA, BCBA
Michelle Zube is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA®) from New Jersey. Michelle has a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Master’s degrees in special education and applied behavior analysis. Michelle consults with agencies in New York and New Jersey. She has traveled with the Global Autism Project to Indonesia and the Dominican Republic to provide intensive training. Michelle is passionate about Global Autism’s building of local capacity abroad, the dissemination of Applied Behavior Analysis and the development of centers of excellence around the world so that individuals with autism have access to the services they need. Michelle is the key clinical supervisor for the Global Autism Project’s partnership with Aprendo in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic and is on the clinical supervisor team for the partnership with CIE in Managua, Nicaragua.