Kelly Weedon Noda has worked with children and adolescents for over 16 years as a secondary inclusion teacher, self-contained ESE teacher and in behavior analysis. In addition to teaching, she has worked in nonprofits and in business development, has provided autism training for clinics and school systems across the country, and is the creator/producer of statewide professional development events for teachers.
Kelly has a bachelor of arts in anthropology, English and Spanish from the University of Alabama (1997), a master of arts in English from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte (2007) and a master’s in exceptional student education with a concentration in applied behavior analysis from the University of West Florida (2017). Her certifications include Teaching English 6-12 (FL DOE), Clinical Educator Training C.E.T. (FL DOE), Professional Crisis Management Instructor (PCMA), Certified Rainbows Facilitator (grief peer group support), Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), PEAK Level I Certified, and Certified PEERS® provider (UCLA Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior). Kelly has two teenage daughters and lives in Atlantic Beach with her husband Eric and loves reading, hiking, all things beach (especially dolphins) and running.