Stacey holds her Master's of Education in Autism from Regis University with a post graduate certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis. She is a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) and serves as Clinical Director for PPBS. As a former special education teacher, her experience in education and ABA lends itself to a strong collaboration with schools, while focusing on family-centered programming in the home and center. Stacey is also Affiliate Faculty for Regis University in their graduate special education program, as well as a University Supervisor for their student teaching program. Her company, PPBS, staffs dedicated, highly educated professionals who have an abundance of diverse experience. They take pride in supporting families, a high level of teamwork and continually learning and growing in the science of ABA. Using ABA concepts with her staff as well as her clients, is a key to the growing success of her practice. Married to Wade Wilson, and mother of 2 adult children (Cole and Emma) and 1 teenager (Jack), she enjoys crocheting and the Colorado sunshine. In her spare time, Stacey is also working to attain her EdD in Organizational Leadership with an Emphasis in Behavioral Health. The proposed dissertation will be on teacher's experiences using behavioral science to support an inclusive environment in schools.
Jennifer (Jen) worked in special education for 8 years, as a paraprofessional for high school students with severe and significant needs, and with elementary children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), where she was first introduced to ABA in 2011. She served on the school district Intensive Support Team and later was promoted to Autism Behavior Specialist for the district and became certified as a Registered Behavior Technician (RBT). She received her BS in psychology with a specialty in ABA in 2016 from Kaplan University and her MS in psychology with a specialty in ABA in 2018 from Purdue University Global. She then got her certification as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) in 2018. She is a native of Colorado Springs, a pastor’s wife, and mother of 5 adult children. In her spare time, she loves to read, be outdoors, and spend time with family and friends. Her passion is to help others overcome their obstacles and grow and flourish within their social environment, becoming active members of society while reaching their God given potential.
Deleign received her undergraduate degree from the University of Central Florida, followed by her Master's at Capella University. She subsequently earned certification through the Behavior Analyst Certification Board in 2016. She has been sharing the principles of ABA to children with autism for 7 years, providing one-one services in center, community, classroom settings, as well as in home environments. Her experience has been with clients ages 2-20. She values the visible advances her clients can achieve, finding it rewarding to provide them with the skills to support their independence and quality of life. She joined on with Peak Potential in 2017 and has since taken on supporting candidates in collecting their own experience hours as the Supervision Coordinator. Deleign enjoys camping, hiking, and continually pushing herself to reach her peak potential.
Danelle Jackson-Stith graduated from Bellevue University in 2001 with a BS in Elementary Physical Education. She went on to pursue a second bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood education, with an endorsement in Early Childhood Special Education. Her teaching career started in 2001 where she taught in the inner city of Omaha, Ne. Before locating to Woodland Park, CO. In 2007, she taught as an Early Childhood Special Education for the Woodland Park School District when she was introduced to Applied Behavior Analysis. Danelle became certified as a BCaBa in January 2011 while working as a contractor. She graduated with her Masters Degree in Clinical Mental Health from UCCS in May 2014 and became a BCBA in August 2016. Danelle has served as a Clinical Supervisor, has contracted with numerous school districts in the Pikes Peak Region and continues to mentor students during their coursework toward certification. Danelle is also a Licensed Professional Counselor specializing in trauma, is EMDR certified and has a small private practice on the side. She has been with Peak Potential Behavioral Services since 2020. She shares not only a passion for training others but offers a wealth of knowledge in the field, while serving kids with disabilities.
Danelle is a wife and the mother of two beautiful children, ages 14 and 9, two sweet rescue fur babies, Magic and Bella as well as a “miniature” pot belly pig, Clyde.
Megan McGovern began working in the field of Behavior
Analysis in the fall of 2016, shortly after graduating with a B.S. in
Psychology from the University of Central Florida (UCF). She
began her career in a multi-service clinic in Jacksonville, Florida
as a Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) before moving to
Colorado Springs in 2017 and enrolling in a BCBA program.
Megan received her M.ED in Curriculum and Instructions with
an emphasis on Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) in the summer
of 2019 from the University of Arizona (ASU) and became a Board
Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) in the fall of 2019. Megan has
worked with a broad range of clients over the years, ranging in
ages and diagnoses. She continues to enjoy investing herself in
the progress of her clients, guardians, and staff members, and
also participates in the education of new BCBAs through Peak
Potential’s Student Intern Program.
Megan spends her free time enjoying the outdoors with her
two dogs, traveling both home and abroad, and learning new
skills and hobbies!
Abigail obtained her Masters of Science in psychology with an emphasis in applied behavior analysis from Purdue University in December of 2019. She has been working in the field of applied behavior analysis since 2016 and has been with Peak Potential since 2017. Her spare time you can find her conquering "14'ers" here in Colorado, playing with her dog, and spending time with her family. She is currently establishing a second location for Peak Potential in Sterling, Colorado.
Ciera attended Western Michigan University and obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Special Education. After graduation, she received a Special Education Teacher position in Colorado Springs, CO. She has lived in Colorado for almost five years. While teaching a significant needs classroom, she went to the University of Northern Colorado for her Master’s degree in Special Education with an emphasis in Applied Behavior Analysis. Ciera acknowledged all of her supervision and training with Peak Potential Behavioral Services! In October 2020, she passed her board exam, and officially became a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)! Aside from working with individuals with disabilities, she enjoys hiking, snowboarding, reading, and exercising.
Matthew Bond (Matt) first started working in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis in 2011 shortly before completing his bachelor's degree at the University of South Florida. Following graduation, he received his BCaBA certification and has been board certified since 2013. He loves working with clients of all ability levels and is truly reinforced by seeing their progress in addition to showing new providers the benefits ABA has on the lives of his clients. Matt loves talking about ABA and exploring the potential of each person he works with. In his free time, he enjoys exploring Colorado’s natural beauty via camping and hiking with his son and wife and fly-fishing the South Platte River.
Hailee was born and raised in a military family and found her love for making a difference in the lives of others at an early age. She began working in the applied behavioral analysis field shortly after receiving her undergraduate degree in 2018 from Boise State University in Sociology. Hailee became a Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) in 2019 while working at a school & day treatment center serving children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Hailee joined Peak Potential Behavioral Services in 2020 and received her graduate degree in 2021 from Arizona State University in Special Education with an emphasis in Applied Behavior Analysis. Shortly after, in August 2021, she became a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). Hailee is passionate about providing ABA services designed to maximize desired outcomes for all her clients and families. During her free time, Hailee loves spending time with her cats, gardening, and learning about everything ABA has to offer.