Man Fung Lam is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst with experience working in home, clinical, and school settings with individuals with autism spectrum disorder and other disabilities. Man Fung’s career has always centered around working with children with disabilities. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Special Education and Elementary Education from Boston University. While completing her Master’s degree in Special Education at Vanderbilt University, she learned more about applied behavior analysis (ABA) and gained experience applying these principles to effect meaningful change in her clients’ behaviors through her internships. Later, Man Fung pursued her doctorate in Special Education at the University of Georgia. During this time, Man Fung interned at the Marcus Autism Center and was a supervisor at the Behavior Analysis Clinic on campus. She completed her dissertation on teaching children with autism to request for items. Man Fung is dedicated to improving the lives of individuals with disabilities and supporting those around them. She believes in collaborating with the team of individuals who work with her clients in order to best support her clients’ needs.
During Man Fung’s free time, she enjoys hiking, running, practicing yoga, and spending time with her family and friends.