Dr. Jose Martinez-Diaz, BCBA-D, is founder, professor, and head of the School of Behavior Analysis at the Florida Institute of Technology (FIT). He also serves as associate dean of FIT’s College of Psychology and Liberal Arts. Dr. Martinez-Diaz is the CEO of ABA Technologies, Inc., a company specializing in instructional design and technology and in organizational consultation. He is also an adjunct professor at Penn State’s Department of Special Education and at the University of Salerno’s School of Medicine. Dr. Martinez-Diaz is the Behavior Analyst Certification Board’s liaison to the Association of Professional Behavior Analysts (APBA), serving as a member of APBA’s Board of Directors. He was an officer and board member of the BACB for seven years. He is a past president of the Florida Association of Behavior Analysis and received its Charles H. Cox Award for Outstanding Service and Advancement of Behavior Analysis in Florida in 2005. After working as a practitioner since the 1970s, Dr. Martinez-Diaz held several administrative positions before joining Florida Tech in 1998. Dr. Martinez-Diaz earned his Ph.D. in clinical psychology, with an emphasis in behavior analysis and therapy, from West Virginia University. His latest publication can be found in the Spring 2016 issue of The Behavior Analyst. He and two colleagues have a new chapter on Professional and Ethical issues in a textbook that should be published within the next year. His principal areas of interest are practitioner training, professional and ethical issues, instructional design and technology, organizational behavior management, and the conceptual analysis of behavior.