Marc Pieper brings to Anova nearly 30 years of experience providing both direct instruction and consultative services to children, adults, and families. He has worked in numerous settings including outpatient treatments centers, day training activity centers, State developmental centers, and for nearly twenty years in the public schools. He earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Wisconsin in 1980, graduating with honors. He completed his Master’s degree in Education from San Francisco University in 1996 and received the Hilda Taba Scholarship for academic achievement. Mr. Pieper joined Anova in 2002. In his current role as Behavior Analyst for Anova he is responsible for the assessment, treatment design, and oversight of the intervention plans and skills training methodologies for students in Sonoma, Solano, and Alameda counties. He also provides behavior consultation and support for children and their families at home throughout the North Bay. Mr. Pieper has a specialization in video modeling technology and has taught his methods and presented research for many years in conference and workshop settings.