Jennifer D. Clayton

MS in Psychology with a Specialty in Applied Behavior Analysis, Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

    Jennifer is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) and consultant with the Workforce Innovation Technical Assistance Center, a grant-funded program under the U.S. Department of Education’s Rehabilitation Services Administration.

    As an organizational behavior management (OBM) consultant, she has worked with public, private, nonprofit, and for-profit organizations, grant-funded programs, start-ups, universities, and a Fortune 500 company. For the past 16 years, she has developed and conducted thousands of training and coaching sessions with over 500 organizations.

    Her job titles have included Case Manager, Counselor, Instructor, Behavior Analyst, Senior Behavior Analyst, Implementation Specialist, Director of Training & Development, Local Review Committee Chair, Director, and Consultant.

    In 2015, Jennifer founded My World Consulting LLC, building infrastructure to support best practices in workforce, education, healthcare, and human services. Her technical advising & consulting, instructional design, training & coaching, organizational development, and technical writing services promote purposeful practice and systems design.

    Coming from fields outside of vocational rehabilitation, Jennifer offers an innovative approach to evaluating problems, potential solutions, questions, tools, or practices. She helps teams analyze projects in terms of patterns of human behavior; implementation science; evidence-based or evidence-informed practice; data-driven decision-making; organizational principles, values, goals, or objectives; standards, regulations, policies, or guidelines; competing contingencies; inputs, processes, and outputs; efficiency & effectiveness; form & function; and stakeholder experiences.

    As an undergrad, she read that it takes only three fifths of a second for a person to recognize a facial expression. Since then, her career has been dedicated to a single driving question: What kind of world could we create if we could make every single three fifths of a second really matter?