By Carrie Borrero

The Maryland Association for Behavior Analysis (MABA) held its 25th Annual Meeting on December 1–2, 2022. Our conference is devoted to the dissemination of behavior analysis, both basic and applied, to our members from the Mid-Atlantic area. This year we were able to hold an exclusively in-person event! We were fortunate to have fantastic attendance. We welcomed workshops presented by Ellie Kazemi (California State University Northridge) and Stephanie Kuhn (Western Connecticut State University). Our conference included presentations from John Austin (Reaching Results), Melanie Bachmeyer Lee (Center for Pediatric Behavioral Health), Lauren Beaulieu (Newton Public Schools), James Carr (BACB), Joel Ringdahl (University of Georgia), and Jason Vladescu (Caldwell University). We had an expo and poster session for sponsors and poster presentations. Poster presenters included staff and students from organizations such as UMBC, Kennedy Krieger Institute, and the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. We would like to thank our sponsors for continuing to support the efforts of MABA. At the conclusion of the conference, Tamara Marder (Johns Hopkins University) stepped down as president, Aila Dommestrup (Kennedy Krieger Institute) assumedhe office of President, and Michelle Frank Crawford (Kennedy Krieger Institute) was elected President-Elect. John Borrero also stepped down as Co-Director of MABA. We would like to thank our executive committee for their time and dedication. Plans are currently underway for the 26th Annual Meeting, to be held November 30-December 1, 2023, in Baltimore. For more information about our upcoming conference, please go to

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