Director Selected for Greenwood Center

Brandon Herscovitch has been selected as the director of the Greenwood Interprofessional Autism Center.
Herscovitch brings to Truman extensive leadership experience in the autism and applied behavior analysis fields as clinician, academic, business person, researcher and advocate. Prior to accepting this position, Herscovitch owned and operated a multi-location applied behavior analysis (ABA) agency and taught graduate level courses in advanced ABA and organizational behavior management (OBM).
In addition to his role as director, Herscovitch will also serve as a clinical assistant professor of applied behavior analysis.
With an estimated open date of fall 2023, the Greenwood Interprofessional Autism Center is ramping up to serve the community. Herscovitch has already started building relationships at Truman and in the surrounding communities to work toward providing services that will best meet the needs of northeast Missouri.

The Greenwood Interprofessional Autism Center has been a collaborative effort with support coming from the Missouri General Assembly, local elected officials including Sen. Cindy O'Laughlin, The Sunderland Foundation, AT. Still University and Adair County SB40.

For more information on the Greenwood Center, visit
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