Emma Holloway likes opening doors and giving families the ability to learn how to incorporate and embrace difference.
As a junior in college, Emma had an experience babysitting a child with autism. Through that experience, she developed a real passion for the field of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). She switched majors from biology to psychology, earned her master’s degree and became a BCBA.
Emma started her professional career with 360 Behavioral Health as a direct support professional providing in-home respite care for Behavior Respite in Action (BRIA). She eventually transitioned to BRIA’s sister agency, California Psychcare, where she worked as in-home and school staff and then program coordinator before being promoted to her current position as associate director of clinical services.
In her spare time, Emma enjoys hiking with her dogs, cycling and spending time learning new things.