Hailing from a cornfield community in northern Indiana, Trevor Alan Johnson accepted meaningful employment with Ally Pediatric Therapy just in time to celebrate this achievement with his friends and family on Easter Sunday, 2019. An alumnus of Wabash College, Trevor hopes to transfer his liberal arts philosophy to the field of ABA and utilize an integrated approach to produce the best outcomes possible for children on the spectrum. After receiving his bachelor’s degree in a unique, all-male environment, Trevor felt compelled to return to the town that raised him and spent time serving individuals who would benefit from receiving a hand up. During this period of his life, he spent time advocating for individuals diagnosed with intellectual and developmental disabilities who resided in nationally regulated intermittent care facilities and lobbied for these individuals to be treated with dignity and respect by staff members, family members, and the community at large, county-wide. Trevor spent time volunteering with agencies like Indiana Special Olympics and the Tim Tebow Foundation to promote community awareness and acceptance of the individuals he had come to know and love. Trevor also served as a life skills coach at a community mental health center, providing case management and skill building services to children eligible for an Indiana Medicaid rehabilitation option. In this position, he also led social skills groups, provided support to individuals in recovery from substance abuse disorders, and navigated crisis situations to safe resolutions. After recently relocating to the Valley, Trevor intends to continue to develop as a clinician, aspires to complete a graduate program in ABA, and looks forward to the challenge of sitting for the BCBA exam.