Becky Boswell, MBA
Tammy Burns, M.Ed.
Brie King M.A. LBA BCBA
Brie A. King has been collaborating with the Autism Society Central VA since 2007 by running several social workshops and camps for youth. She continues to practice part-time as a recreation therapist, leading various social programs, including the adult and middle school Asperger’s Social Groups, Lego Club and Bowling League. Brie serves as the Clinical Supervisor for Counseling and Advocacy Associates, directing behavioral interventions and parent training through the Autism and Behavior Services (A.B.S.) Program. She recently became a Board Certified Behavior Analyst and is licensed through the state of Virginia as a Behavior Analyst. She has a Master of Arts in Therapeutic Recreation from Kent State University and postgraduate certificate in Behavior Interventions in Autism from the University of Massachusetts, Lowell.
Becky Early started volunteering with the Autism Society Central VA in August 2013. She was an accountant at a CPA firm in Northern Virginia for six years before moving to Richmond to be closer to family. Her weekly volunteer experience at The Northern Virginia Training Center inspired her to make a career change and pursue a degree in special education. She earned her BS in Accounting at Virginia Tech and is currently earning her Master’s Degree in Special Education – Severe Disabilities at Virginia Commonwealth University. Becky has worked as an instructional aide in Chesterfield County’s Autism Day Program and a teacher’s assistant at a Montessori preschool. Becky enjoys spending time with her husband and one-year-old daughter.
Officers and Board
Mary Bess Bolin
Outside the office, Mary Bess indulges her many philanthropic interests through board service and volunteerism, and enjoys spending time at the Chesapeake Bay with her dogs and a book (or a fishing pole, depending upon the weather).