Iris Chiang has used her superpowers in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) for over 12 years, helping people with a variety of developmental and learning disabilities and mental disorders. She has vast experience in multiple settings, including public and non-public schools, research facilities, and in-home, community and clinic-based environments.
Iris completed her undergraduate degree in psychology and worked at the Douglass Developmental Disabilities Center, a renowned autism research facility at Rutgers University. Continuing on to earn her Master of Education from University of Southern California, her passion is rooted in serving the community and mentoring others to do the same.
Iris loves traveling and spending quality time with her husband and two beautiful daughters.