Advocating for our clients, through education and awareness activities in the broader community, is an ongoing mission for Potential. Here are just a few recent ways in which our team members have been serving the autism community:

  • Karen Yosmanovich, MEd, BCBA, LBS, Clinical Manager, collaborated with two other organizations and chaired a panel on “Teaching from Joy: Applying Practical Functional Assessment & Treatment Across Settings,” at the New Jersey Association for Behavior Analysis Conference in April.
  • “Improving Interactions Between Police and People with Autism,” written by Kristine Quinby, was featured in the Spring 2021 issue of Autism Spectrum News.
  • In April, Jordan Hulas, BCBA, Program Coordinator, talked with Rider University about his decision to attend the school and how it prepared him for his career with Potential.
  • Tanya Hough, MS, BCBA, Adult Program Coordinator, and Karen Yosmanovich presented their poster, “Don’t Train and Hope: A Model for Staff Development,” at ABAI 2021 in May.
  • In a feature by Rider University, alum Kristine Quinby reflected on how her college experience and internships led her to become the founder and CEO of Potential.

Staff-sourced articles and presentations may be found on our Resources page at

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