Amanda Randall, BCBA-D, LBA
Dr. Amanda A. Randall is a behavior analyst and consultant who works with schools, families, and organizations to improve the lives and outcomes of individuals with disabilities. She received her doctorate in special education from West Virginia University, where her research and studies centered on applied behavior analysis, social skill development, adult education, and autism. Dr. Randall is the Co-Director of the Virginia Department of Education’s Region 5 Training and Technical Assistant Center at James Madison University, where she supports Virginia schools in improving educational opportunities for children and youth with disabilities. In addition, Dr. Randall teaches adjunct at George Mason University and has served as the Co-Chair for the Pre-K 12 Committee on Racial Equity. Dr. Randall has spent years working with adolescents and adults with disabilities with her primary work in program development, behavior-based programming, transition, and functional skills of individuals with disabilities, self-determination, and programming for diverse students. Dr. Randall serves on several boards, including the Virginia Association for Applied Behavior Analysis, Virginia Autism Council, Shenandoah Autism Partnership, and Commonwealth Services.