“I love seeing the progress our clients make, in addition to the impact it has on their families.  Their parents, siblings, and extended family members can enjoy a better quality of life as their child progresses.”

Nicole Floyd, M.S., BCBA

Regional Director of Los Angeles

Nicole Floyd, who has been with In STEPPS since 2011, oversees all clinical programs and staff in Los Angeles County. A Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), Nicole was instrumental in expanding In STEPPS from Orange County to Los Angeles County, including Long Beach, the South Bay, Westside and San Fernando Valley. She has worked in home, school and community settings, with individuals with developmental disabilities ranging in age from six months to young adults. She has a particular interest in teaching social skills and augmentative communication (such as Picture Exchange Communication) to individuals with limited expressive communicative skills. Nicole earned a bachelor’s in psychology from University of Dayton, a master’s in psychology from Grand Canyon University and BCBA coursework from Florida Institute of Technology.

Get to know Nicole:

What’s the one TV show you never miss?

How to Get Away with Murder

What’s a secret talent no one knows about?


What’s the coolest thing you’re working on right now?

Planning a prom for children with special needs

What’s one movie you could re-watch over and over?

Harry Potter

How do you spend your weekends?

Volunteering, outdoor activities like hiking and standup paddle boarding, and reading