Elite Welcomes Dr. Kimberly Moffett

July 23, 2012 – Elite Behavior Analysis is pleased to welcome Kimberly (Kim) Moffett, Ph.D. to our team of dedicated professionals. Dr. Moffett will be working with Elite Behavior Analysis in schools, continuing to strengthen our service to educators, students, and families alike as Elite moves into the future.


Dr. Moffett works as an assistant professor of Special Education in the Department of Early Childhood, Elementary, and Special Education at Lee University in Cleveland, TN.

In 2005, Moffett was named to the lists of Who’s Who Among American TeachersWho’s Who Among American Women, and the 2009 Cambridge Who’s Who for Executives, Professionals, and Entrepreneurs. Recently she was named to the Cambridge Who’s Who Elite Educators and Top Female Professional.  She has presented research at various conferences including the International Applied Behavior Analysis Conference and the International Association for Positive Behavior Support Conference.

She has currently conducted research on integrating positive behavior supports in a short-term diagnostic setting for long-term effects; a comparison of pre-school placements for Kindergarten readiness scores. The paper has been presented at the International Education Conference in Hawaii in July, 2012.

Previously she has worked as a graduate assistant at Tennessee Tech, a research assistant on the Make a Difference Project, a resource reading teacher, and an early childhood special education itinerant teacher.



Moffett earned her Ph.D. from Tennessee Tech University in 2003, where her concentration was Applied Behavior and Learning. Moffett’s dissertation was entitled “Implementing Positive Behavior Supports in a Rural Elementary School.”

Along with teaching, Moffett serves on several educational committees. She is a member of the Autism Symposium Steering Committee and the Camp Director for Camp Spectrum, a four day camp for all individuals with autism. She also serves on a national committee for the Council of Exceptional Children (CEC) and is on the State of Tennessee Board for CEC and Lee University chapter sponsor.

She provides services and trainings for schools for children with disabilities, and is currently working with school systems to provide proper interventions for students with challenging behaviors. Moffett also helps organizes a state-wide women’s ministry conference each November.

Moffett is originally from Spring City, Tenn. and is married to Bobby Moffett, with whom she has three children: Courtney, Levi, and Nate.


BehaveWrite is a powerful new app that aides teachers and others who collect behavior data to be more consistent in data collection and reporting.

BehaveWrite is an innovative app to streamline and simplify behavior data collection. Now data can be collected instantly from any smartphone device, iPod, iPad, or computer, time and date stamped, and recorded on a secured web based server.

The app offers teachers and other professionals the ease of quickly and accurately recording inappropriate or challenging behaviors. This program interfaces easily with all state requirements for Positive Behavior Supports, data collection, and interventions for behavior.

Data can be easily edited, notes can be included for additional information and accuracy, and Functional Behavioral Assessments can be completed. Behavior Reports can be generated in ¼ the time, including color charts for filtering specific behaviors, time of day, day of week, or place. Instantly viewable are the behaviors recorded and by whom, and interventions implemented within the last two weeks. The tiers for behaviors are determined by the data recorded and are shown on a tiered pyramid in this same view.

BehaveWrite interfaces easily with all state requirements for Positive Behavior Supports, data collection, and interventions for behavior.



Elite Behavior Analysis is thrilled to have Kim, and the expertise she brings to our work in schools around the state of Tennessee – and to our team.

For more information on Kim’s work with us, contact us.