About Gina Ramshaw
Gina Ramshaw is the Founder of Building Foundations Behavioral Consulting.
For the past 20 years, she has worked in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis and Public Education in different capacities. She began her tenure in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) working for an in-home ABA agency for children with Autism. She began her teaching career in a Nonpublic school for students with Moderate to Severe disabilities. Gina continued down the path of teaching multiple grade levels in classrooms embedded with ABA strategies until she became a Behavior Specialist for a public school district.
Gina is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). She has a Masters of Science in Special Education, a Master of Arts in Teaching, a Level II Education Specialist credential, and is a School-Based Certified PEERS trainer for teaching students Social Skills in schools.
Gina believes that acknowledgment of different perspectives can only foster collaboration and ultimately benefit students. Her experience within the Public School setting is an essential component in assisting families in navigating the IEP process. Her perspective as a Behavior Analyst as well as a classroom teacher can assist ALL IEP team members in working collaboratively to ensure that a student is able to access their education within the classroom and that they are able to acquire and maintain socially-important skills that will ensure meaningful success throughout their life.
Gina has been married for 18 years and has two sons. She loves to watch her boys play competitive sports and music. Gina enjoys being outside at the beach, hiking, running, or cross fitting. She believes that staying active is the best medicine for the mind and the soul.