Tara finds tremendous fulfillment in nurturing and supporting new team members during their initial days at RCG. She derives great joy from witnessing the growth of these individuals as they embrace their roles and contribute to RCG’s mission of providing excellent and quality services to the children and families that we serve. With a track record dating back to 2016, she has worked in various capacities at RCG ranging from in-home therapy to Intake & Assessment Coordinator to training new staff, supporting the clinical team, and contributing to RCG’s school-based services. She is also a proud member of RCG’s Culture Committee.
Tara has always possessed a deep passion for working with children who have unique learning needs. Her daily efforts and commitment to new team members are a testament to her belief in the powerful impact that ABA therapy can make. Holding a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Virginia Commonwealth University (GO RAMS), Tara is profoundly grateful for the opportunity RCG has provided her. It has enabled her to bridge the gap between her past experiences in special education within the public school system and her current journey in the ABA field at RCG.
When she is not supporting her two favorite boys as a cheerleader from the sidelines at a baseball game, Tara enjoys keeping her houseplants alive, savoring the great outdoors, immersing herself in Korean soap operas, and cherishing moments with her loved ones, including her two dogs – Hero and Leonard.