Amanda Rutledge M.S.Ed., BCBA
Behavior Analyst & School-Based Consultant
Amanda Rutledge currently provides school based consultation to new autism support teachers, as well as school-wide support on inclusive practices in the Philadelphia school district. Her undergraduate degree is in Special Education, and she holds master’s degree in School Psychology from Fordham University. Prior to working at the University of Pennsylvania’s CMH, Amanda provided behavior analytic services to children with autism and developmental disabilities in a variety of settings, such as center-based programs, inclusion preschools, K-12 schools, and home-based settings. Amanda’s professional interests include naturalistic teaching strategies, alternatives to escape-extinction, evidence-based antecedent interventions, and inclusive practices.