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Women in Behavior Analysis (WIBA) has the mission to empower, celebrate and mentor women behavior analysts and highlight their contributions to the field. The conference will allow all genders to engage in meaningful discourse on gender equality for the promotion of behavior analysis and professional growth of future generations.
WIBA will be a two-day event, highlighting prominent women in the field of behavior analysis while also addressing the importance of gender equality and diversity within the field. Presentations will highlight recent trends in the field of behavior analysis, the importance of mentorship, organizational behavior management and much more. Attendees will also get to partake in the vibrant nightlife, restaurant and music scene that Nashville has to offer.
We believe all women can embrace who they are,
can define their future, and can change the world.
WIBA Advisory Board Members
Women in Behavior Analysis' Advisory Board and Committee members provide guidance and support towards our mission. Committees include the Women in Behavior Analysis Hall of Fame, Conference and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI).
Past Advisory Board Members
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee
Hall of Fame Committee
Women in Behavior Analysis (WIBA) has a mission to empower, celebrate and mentor women behavior analysts and highlight their contributions to the field.
To allow all genders to engage in meaningful discourse on gender equality for the promotion of behavior analysis and professional growth of future generations.
WIBA's Code of Conduct
WIBA is dedicated to welcoming people from diverse backgrounds and creating a professional, inclusive, and safe environment for all our attendees. We expect our events to be a respectful, harassment-free environment for people of every race, ethnicity, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, physical or mental ability, nationality, color, age, socioeconomic status, physical appearance, body size, marital status or partnership status, pregnancy or lactation status, or religion. WIBA values the diversity of views, expertise, opinions, backgrounds, and experiences reflected among all attendees. We believe that ensuring a wide, diverse range of voices is essential to thoughtful conversations, meaningful learning, and mentorship. In pursuit of these goals, speakers, staff, attendees, volunteers, and exhibitors/sponsors, whether in person or virtual, are expected to abide by and fully embrace the following code of conduct.
Demonstrate respect and consideration for all people. Communicate openly and thoughtfully with others, listen well to others, and be considerate of the multitude of views and opinions that are different from your own.
Be conscious of how your words and actions might harm others (even unintentionally).
Be respectful in discussing and debating ideas. Demonstrate that differing perspectives are valued – critique ideas not individuals. Be constructive, if offering criticism, and be gracious in accepting it from others.
Be respectful, inclusive, and accepting of others. Actively seek to challenge your personal biases, assumptions, and preconceived stereotypes. Approach differences with openness and curiosity.