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Kimberly Marshall

Program Coordinator
Applied Behavior Analysis, College of Education


Kimberly Marshall is a doctoral-level board-certified behavior analyst. She has over 15 years of clinical experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities in schools, homes, and hospital settings. Kimberly has extensive experience in program development and consultation for public school programs, and previously worked as a general education and special education teacher. She has presented nationally and internationally on topics including functional analysis, reading comprehension, and conceptual instruction in applied behavior analysis.


Ph.D., 2021, Endicott College
Major: Applied Behavior Analysis

M.A., 2008, Teachers College, Columbia University
Major: Autism and Intellectual Disabilities

B.S., 2003, Bucknell University
Major: Elementary Education
Minor: Psychology

Honors and Awards

2021, Conceptual Contribution Award, Department of Applied Behavior Analysis, Endicott College


Marshall, K. B. & Rohrer, J. (in press). Building independence: Self-management for individuals with autism spectrum disorder. In J. Leaf, J. Cihon, J. Ferguson, & M. J. Weiss (Eds.), Handbook of applied behavior analysis interventions for autism. Springer.

Syed, N. Y., Marshall, K., Russell, C., Tereshko, L., & Driscoll, N. (in press). Embedding intercultural responsiveness in graduate coursework and supervision training. In A. DeSouza & D. Crone-Todd (Eds.), Behavior analysis in higher education: Teaching and supervision. Vernon Press.

Weiss, M. J., Tereshko L., Bowman, K., Marshall, K., & Rose, K. (in press). Effective collaboration: Strategies for successful interdisciplinary intervention for ASD. In J. Leaf, J. Cihon, & J. Ferguson (Eds.) Evidence based practices for ASD. Springer.

Hilton, J., Syed N., Weiss, M. J., Tereshko, L., Marya, V., Marshall, K., Gatzunis, K., Russell, C., & Driscoll, N. (2021). Initiatives to address diversity, equity, and inclusion within a higher education ABA department. Behavior and Social Issues.

Rohrer, J., Marshall, K. B., Suzio, C., & Weiss, M. J. (2021). Soft skills: The case for compassionate approaches or how behavior analysis keeps finding its heart. Behavior Analysis in Practice.

Palmieri M. & Marshall K. (2020). Functional analysis: Assessment procedures for complex challenging behavior. In F. R. Volkmar (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Autism Spectrum Disorders. Springer.


Kimberly’s research interests are in the effective training of future behavior analysts, the successful dissemination of the science of behavior analysis, and in the teaching of complex skills. Her research has focused heavily on continual improvement of university coursework to drive effective strategies for developing practitioners with a strong understanding of the conceptual underpinnings of behavior analysis, who incorporate compassion and cultural responsiveness into their practice. She is particularly interested in evaluating the impact of jargon on successful practice and dissemination.