Korina is co-owner of Kaibab and the Partner for Early Intervention and Positive Behavior Supports. She has over 15 years of experience in the field of education with a focus on special education. Korina has a background in teaching students with special needs and coaching Positive Behavior Intervention Supports in early childhood through secondary education. She has additional experience assisting individuals with socially significant behaviors. She currently supervises early intensive interventions for children with Autism to assist with basic language learning skills. Korina serves as a board member of Flagstaff Leadership Program and Vice President of Steve's Club: Fitness for At-Risk Youth. Korina received her Master's in Education from Grand Canyon University and Applied Behavior Analysis certificate from Arizona State University. She is an Arizona licensed behavior analyst and Board Certified Behavior Analyst. Her passions focus on training, coaching, evaluation, and sustainability of multi-tiered systems of behavior support, specifically in early childhood. Korina enjoys traveling and camping with her family while enjoying many activities in the great outdoors.
Dan is co-owner of Kaibab and the Partner of Parent and Caregiver Support. He has a wealth of experience conducting behavior training and consultation with families, schools, community providers and other caregivers, who serve children and adults with behavioral health needs and/or intellectual and developmental disabilities. He has served the field for 40 years as a direct support provider, school principal, residential services administrator, consultant, university instructor, advocate, and behavioral health professional. Throughout his career, he has been a tireless advocate for people who behave in challenging ways, as well as the parents, teachers and other caregivers, who do their best trying to support them. Through his advocacy, his consultation, his students, his staff and his example, Dan has offered practical solutions for people who are hard to reach and hard to teach. He has helped caregivers improve lives, reduce challenging behavior, strengthen relationships, and live up to their own highest expectations. He strives to ensure the same with those we serve at Kaibab.
Julie has been working in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis since 2000 and has been working for Kaibab Behavioral Services since 2018. She is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst and holds a Master's Degree in Early Childhood Education from Northern Arizona University (2002). Julie has experience implementing and supervising early intensive behavior intervention programs for children with autism and related communication disorders, home-based behavioral health services implementing function-based interventions addressing behavioral challenges and providing parent training, and school-based behavior analysis services conducting functional behavior assessments and developing 3-tiered systems of schoolwide positive behavior interventions and supports.
Evelyn (Evie) Osborne is the Administrative Assistant at Kaibab Behavioral Services. In addition to having served clients as a Behavior Tech, she now specializes in administrative tasks such as billing, referrals and operations support. She graduated in 2019 with a Bachelor's degree from Northern Arizona University and enjoys helping improve the lives of our clients. In addition to helping make Kaibab the best it can be, Evie is passionate about her faith, her family, health & wellness and nutrition.
Cassandra Jensen is a Behavior Consultant at Kaibab Behavioral Services in Flagstaff, AZ. Cassandra received her bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Northern Arizona University. She has over 8 years of experience in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). Her passions focus on helping individuals improve their lives by reducing problem behaviors and increasing replacement behaviors. She also has additional experience conducting behavior training and consultation with families, school, support providers with behavioral health needs and/or intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Julie Thomson is a Registered Behavior Technician at Kaibab Behavioral Services. She graduated from the University of Arizona with a BS in Family Studies and Human Development. She discovered applied behavior analysis while working towards a post baccalaureate degree in Speech Pathology and quickly fell in love with everything about the field. She immediately switched her focus to behavior analysis and is now completing her Master's in Special Education with a focus in Applied Behavior Analysis at Arizona State University. She has been practicing in the field since 2018. She works with kiddos with developmental disabilities, their family members, and their support teams, teaching socially significant behaviors that increase their ability to access positive experiences and create a more harmonious way of living. Julie enjoys hiking, running, traveling, gardening, and spending time with her family and friends.
Debora Sanchez received her bachelor's degree in fine arts from SUNY Purchase College in New York. She then moved to Albuquerque, New Mexico to seek a master's degree in fine arts at the University of New Mexico. She switched career paths to pursue her passion of teaching children with disabilities. She began teaching in 2010 with her area of focus becoming working with children with learning disabilities, developmental disabilities, ASD, emotional disabilities, and other health impairments. In 2017, Debora moved to Prescott, AZ with her, now 13-year-old, son where she taught at a local high school for two years. During this time, she began coursework and earned her master’s degree in Special Education with an emphasis in Applied Behavior Analysis in 2020. She has been a Behavioral Health Technician since January 2019 and finds working in the field rewarding. In her spare time, she enjoys walking, hanging out with her son and their feline/canine friends. She enjoys her own company and that of friends. Each day she strives to be her highest self by showing up and making a difference in the world, one child at a time.
Naomi is a registered behavior technician with Kaibab Behavior Services. She graduated from Northern Arizona University with a BS and is currently pursuing a master’s degree in Positive Behavior Support also through NAU. Naomi has many years of experience with children, ranging from summer camps and an assistant teacher to working with children with autism.
Naomi enjoys spending time outdoors, physical activities, such as working out, and spending quality time with her loved ones and her two dogs.
Manda has 24 years of experience as a preschool teacher in the Midwest and In Arizona. She has worked in K to 12 education in Flagstaff, Az. Manda has experience assisting individuals with socially significant behaviors. Manda received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychological Sciences with a minor in Disabilities Studies from Northern Arizona University and her Master’s Degree in Special Education with an Emphasis in Behavior Support from the University of Arizona. Manda enjoys traveling, reading, photography, spending time with her two Dalmatians, and spending time with family and friends.