Project Memphis Vendor Services Team

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Charmaine Sego, Program Coordinator

Charmaine is a native Memphian and has been the Director of Early Intervention service programs at the University of Memphis since 2014. Charmaine has more than 3 decades of experience working with families in Memphis, she has been an Early Interventionist since 2000, primarily at the University of Memphis. Charmaine works closely with Project Memphis program sponsor, the Tennessee Department of Developmental Disabilities (DIDD)/Tennessee Early Intervention System (TEIS), to enhance the mission and values of the University and to serve our community with high-quality service in a diverse and inclusive learning environment. Charmaine values inter-disciplinary and collaborative practices with Project Memphis staff, colleagues, and the early intervention community of Shelby County and Tennessee. She has 4 children, 1 grandchild, and enjoys gardening, listening to audiobooks, and cooking.

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Matthew Davidson, BCBA, LBA, Director of Behavior Services

Matthew Davidson received his Master of Science degree from the University of North Texas and has been a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) since 2012. Matthew is also a Licensed Behavior Analyst in the state of Tennessee. Prior to earning his Master's degree, he completed a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Mississippi. Matthew has also provided Behavior Analytic consultation in public schools in North Mississippi and Memphis-area charter schools and served as a Clinical Director of an ABA clinic in North Mississippi. He currently works with Project Memphis as the Director of Behavior Services, providing ABA therapy to underserved children and families in Memphis and Shelby county. He also serves as an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Instruction and Curriculum Leadership, teaching undergraduate courses in Applied Behavior Analysis. Matthew's areas of interest include: Staff training and supervision, organizational behavior management, and nonlinear analysis of behavior.

Nichole Crane, BCBA, LBA

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Briana Wynn, Registered Behavior Technician

Briana has been in the behavioral health field working with children for 7 years. Her master's is in Clinical Mental Health where she works as a therapist dealing with children and anger management. She has worked in several roles including supervisory roles with the Memphis Crisis Center and serves on the board of charity associations related to mental health and awareness. Currently, Briana is an RBT at Project Memphis while working on her doctorate at the University of Memphis for Applied Behavioral Analysis. Her research interests are children with autism and SIB.