Nevaeh Ingram

ABA Behavior Technician


Nevaeh is an Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) behavior technician working with children and youth diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). She is working towards a degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders at Grand Valley State University and is also studying American Sign Language to receive a badge in ASL. Upon completion of her undergraduate studies, she plans to continue her education with a master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology at Grand Valley. Her career goal is to work in an inpatient pediatric hospital setting.

Nevaeh has enjoyed interacting with children through her volunteer work and at youth softball camps.  She finds it rewarding to see the progress children are able to make in a short amount of time.  In her free time, Nevaeh enjoys playing softball, hanging out with friends, and volunteering.


Bachelor of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders – Grand Valley State University – In progress

Areas of Interest

  • American Sign Language
  • Child Psychology
  • Communication Development
  • Speech-Language Pathology