Christina Giuliano joined the SVH Service’s team in February 2015 and is currently serving as the Executive Director of the Blue Ridge Autism and Achievement Centers in Roanoke, Lexington and Lynchburg. She resides in Salem, Va with her husband, Joey and their daughters, Lily and Ellie. She is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) as well as a Licensed Behavior Analyst in the state of Virginia.
Christina began working with children with special needs in 2002, and soon realized that she had found her passion and wanted to continue in the field and work with those with unique challenges. She obtained a Master’s of Science in Applied Behavior Analysis from Auburn University. After receiving a fellowship in 2007, Christina began working for the May Institute, a non-profit organization that serves individuals with special needs across the lifespan. Within a few years, Christina was chosen to open a new office in Clarksville, Tennessee, which provided in-home support to military families with children with special needs. In 2011, the May Institute awarded her the Trustees Award, which recognizes outstanding service and dedication to the company and the families served. Following the growth of the Tennessee office, Christina became the Regional Director and supervised successful offices in Tennessee, Georgia, Florida and Colorado.
In addition to her position as Executive Director of BRAAC, Christina enjoys serving on the Virginia Autism Council and was appointed by Governor Ralph Northam to serve on the Behavior Analysis Advisory Council in April of 2018. She is currently the Chair of that council. In her free time, Christina enjoys spending time with her family, photography, and baking.
Email Address: Christina.Giuliano@svhservices.org