Todd Ward, PhD, BCBA-D
Advisory Board Member, bSci21Media President
Todd A. Ward, PhD, BCBA-D is President of bSci21Media, LLC, which owns bSci21.org, a world leader in the dissemination of behavior analysis to the public through articles, video production, web design, and entrepreneurial consultation. He is a passionate believer in the role of entrepreneurship in fulfilling Skinner’s vision of a technology of behavior change to improve the world. Dr. Ward received his PhD in behavior analysis from the University of Nevada, Reno in 2013 and specializes in Organizational Behavior Management and Behavioral Systems Analysis. He has served as a Guest Associate Editor for the Journal of Organizational Behavior Management and currently serves on the Editorial Board of Behavior & Social Issues.
Broderick Sawyer, MA
Broderick Sawyer, M.A., is a fourth year doctoral candidate in the clinical psychology PhD program at the University of Louisville, currently completing his predoctoral internship at SUNY Stony Brook University. Broderick’s main interests are the psychological effects of interpersonal and systemic oppression on historically oppressed groups (e.g., racial/ethnic minority, LGBTQ, women). Further, he is interested in the use of mindfulness meditation and compassionate communication to improve working relationships, job satisfaction, and productivity within systems and organizations.
Broderick has published several book chapters and peer-reviewed articles surrounding differential symptom expression in ethnic minority clients, and provided clinical lectures for mental health and medical professionals on racism-related stress and trauma, and connecting with minority clients. In his work with psychotherapy patients Broderick is integrative, blending mindfulness and acceptance, functional analytic, compassion-based, psychoanalytic, attachment, Buddhist, developmental, systems-based, neuroscientific, and Afrocentric theories. In addition to research, clinical, and lecturing activities, Broderick has made several radio appearances to discuss minority mental health, and enjoys writing blogs which address common behavioral problems faced by individuals and organizations through the lens of different psychological theories.
Lisa Truong graduated from the University of Texas of Austin with degrees in Psychology and Human Development and Family Sciences, with a concentration in personal relationships. She has over a year of experience in the applied behavioral analysis field and currently works as a behavior therapist at The Behavior Exchange. She has experience working with children from 2 to 16 years of age in both clinical and in-home settings. She also has an interest in tech, visual design, and art since she was young. Since graduating, she has been trying to find opportunities to bridge behavioral sciences, technology, and visual aesthetics to create beautiful and easy-to-follow experiences.
Hawk Duncan, eMBA
Marketing & Culture Development, Duncan Enterprises
Hawk Duncan is a leader in innovating organizational culture through integrative evidence-based change. He has a keen awareness of Contextual Behavioral Science and evidence-based interventions. He has a Master’s in Executive Business Administration earned from Craig School of Business at California State University-Fresno.