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About The Crusade

B.F. Skinner had a vision to save the world with Behavior Analysis.

We cannot save the world alone. 

Click below to learn more about the crusade and the lead crusader. 

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Meet the Crusader

Liz Krulder, BCBA

Behavior Crusader

I've always been a scientist, curious to learn more about the universe, unlock its secrets, and help save the world. Initially, I majored in biology under the assumption that our biggest problems could be solved by studying the smallest components of life. 

My assumptions quickly changed when I discovered the science of Behavior Analysis. Since that day, I've been on a mission to save the world with ABA by helping disseminate the science to other industries including education, government, and for/non profit businesses. 

In 2018, I graduated with my Masters in ABA from California State University, Fresno. I studied under the guidance of Dr. Sharlet Rafacz focusing in Organizational Behavior Management (OBM). 

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Board Certified Behavior Analyst

Liz is a master's level BCBA. She has been working in a clinical capacity since 2015 and has worked in a variety of settings with a wide range of clients. 

In addition to clinical work, she also applies the science of behavior analysis to other areas such as Organizational Behavior Management, Cultural Behavior Analysis, and Systems Level Analysis. 

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Paving New Paths

Liz's life mission is to help bring the science of behavior analysis to as many fields as possible. 

One way is by creating more defined career paths for students through SR+ Research & Consulting. 

A second way is by providing mentorship opportunities

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Event Planning

Liz ​has over 6 years of event planning experience. As an undergraduate, she Founded and Directed FresCon - Fresno State's Comic Con which is still active today. 


Liz also led organization efforts for two ABA conferences at Fresno State. She currently works as CalABA's conference volunteer coordinator.

"A failure is not always a mistake, it may simply be the best one can do under the circumstances. The real mistake is to stop trying."

B. F. Skinner

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