Kristine Quinby founded Potential Inc. in 2006. She is a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst with certification in Pennsylvania for elementary education and special education, and in New Jersey for elementary education.
She has worked with individuals with special needs as a Case Manager, Unit Supervisor in a Residential Treatment Facility, Therapeutic Support Staff, Teacher, and Classroom Aid. She has served as an independent Consultant to families and school districts for more than nine years.
Kristine is a Board Member on the Pennsylvania Association Council for Exceptional Children (PACEC) and has presented PACEC workshops on developmental and age appropriate practices for children on the Autism Spectrum and on reducing problem behavior in the classroom through positive reinforcement.
She is a member of the Council for Exceptional Children, Association for Behavior Analysis, and the Autism Society of America. She has also participated in the Pennsylvania Autism Task Force, Community Connections for All Children, and the Bucks County Autism Task Force.
Kristine earned a Master’s degree in Special Education from Penn State University and a Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education and Psychology from Rider University. She additionally earned a Special Education Certification, Masters Level from Holy Family University.