Adam Warman M.S., BCBA, LBA
Vice President, Program Development
Before joining Faison in 2004, Adam spent six years teaching Special Education in the public school setting and delivering behavior analytic services for various private agencies in Pennsylvania. He has worked in a variety of capacities at Faison, currently holding the role as the Vice President of Program Development and fulfilling the role of Instructional Leader. In addition, Adam serves as an instructor at the University of Richmond, in the Graduate Education Department.
The Faison Center strives to be on the leading edge of scientifically confirmed treatment for people with disabilities across the lifespan, and Adam believes that's something worth dedicating a career to. He is consistently reinforced by the collegiality and support of the community of behavior analysts and other professionals here—not a week goes by that he doesn’t get the opportunity to engage in a new idea or an exciting possibility for the future.
Adam received both his bachelor’s degree and Master of Science degree in Special Education and Behavioral Rehabilitation from Clarion University, and completed post-graduate coursework at Florida Institute of Technology. He is a Virginia-licensed Board Certified Behavior Analyst. Adam is a member of the Association for Behavior Analysis International, Virginia Association for Behavior Analysis, the Maryland Association for Behavior Analysis and the Association of Professional Behavior Analysts.