Mallory Quinn holds a doctorate in Applied Behavior Analysis from the University of South Florida and is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. She has worked in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis for over a decade, and worked as an instructor at the University of South Florida in ABA courses during her time in the graduate program. Her company ABA Sports Innovations (www.abasportsinnovations.com), uses the science of ABA to more effectively train athletes, and also teaches and certifies other sports coaches and behavior analysts to use her trademarked method: The POINTE Program (TM). Her research with competitive dancers and for teaching dancers with special needs has been published in multiple scientific research journals. Additionally, she is the owner of ABASI Dance Lab which shares studio space with Green Locus Yoga. ABASI Dance Lab provides specialized private lessons using ABA to competition dancers to enhance their technique, and also dance lessons which include ABA therapy for dancers with special needs. ABASI Dance Lab is the first branch of ABA Sports Innovations, and the first site in the United States to provide these unique services.