Thomas Freeman, MS, BCBA began working in behavior analysis in 1979 at the Fernald State School, a large state residential institution in Massachusetts. He moved to Florida in 1995, earning a Master’s of Science in Applied Behavior Analysis in 2000 at the Florida Institute of Technology, and became a BCBA in 2001. In 2016 he was licensed as a behavior analyst in the State of New York. In addition to nearly 4 decades of experience in applied behavior analysis, he has extensive experience in wild animal behavior research (North Pacific Humpback Whales and Hawaiian Spinner Dolphins), primarily through the University of Hawaii Kewalo Basin Marine Mammal Laboratory. Currently, he is the Senior Vice-President for Research and Dissemination at ABA Technologies, Inc., where he creates instructional content for, and acts as managing editor for all tests and assessments in courses for the online program in behavior analysis at FIT. Prior to his current position, he served for 10 years as a District Behavior Analyst for the State of Florida’s Agency for Persons with Disabilities, with responsibility for the oversight of all behavioral services across two counties. Tom has produced a variety of presentations and publications, including co-authorship of a chapter on “Grief and Developmental Disabilities: Considerations for Disenfranchised Populations” in Social Justice in Loss and Grief, (2016), Harris and Bordere (eds.), and the chapter, “Ethical Considerations for Applied Behavior Analysis” in Applied Behavior Analysis, 2nd Edition (2007), Cooper, Heron & Heward (eds.), with publication of a revised 3rd edition pending.