Kristine Quinby, M.Ed., BCBA, LBS
CEO, President & Founder
Kristine Quinby founded Potential Inc. in 2006. She is a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst with certification in Pennsylvania for elementary education and special education, and in New Jersey for elementary education.
Kristine currently serves and the President of the Potential Inc. Board of Directors. To find out more about her extensive experience working with families of individuals with special needs to help them achieve their full potential, click here.
In April 2010, The Springtime School opened its doors as a licensed private elementary school for children with autism, addressing a need in the community to serve children who have not been successful in any other program. At The Springtime School, we understand how to adjust educational programs to truly individualize the learning experience.
Karen Yosmanovich, M.Ed., BCBA, LBS
Karen Yosmanovich supervises all of the school staff. She holds a B.S. in English and Elementary Education from The College of New Jersey, an M.A. in Special Education from Rider University, and a Graduate ABA Certificate from Penn State University. Starting out at a private special education school in 1998, she has worked in both public and private schools as a teacher and a behavior analyst. A widely respected special education expert, Karen has presented extensively on an array of subjects and has many publications/presentations to her credit. Additionally, she has taught courses on Positive Behavior Support and Autism to both graduate and undergraduate students at Rider University
SPRINGTIME SCHOOL TEACHERS
Kimberly Werner, M.ABA
Kimberly Werner is a Special Education Teacher at the Springtime School. Kimberly obtained her NJ and PA Elementary K-6 teaching certificate and Special Education K-12 teaching certificate from William Paterson University in 2010. Kimberly worked as a special education teacher at Somerset Hills Learning Institute in New Jersey before starting full time as a teacher with Potential in 2018. Kimberly is currently finishing her master’s in Applied Behavior Analysis at Ball State University, expected to graduate in May of 2020. Kimberly will then anticipate obtaining her BCBA certification this upcoming fall.
Middle School Teacher
Rachel Landers is a Special Education at the Springtime School. Rachel obtained her PA Elementary Pre-K-4 teaching certificate and Special Education K-12 teaching certificate from Temple University in 2017. Rachel worked as a behavior technician for 3 years prior to starting as a full-time teacher at Potential in 2017. Rachel is currently finishing her master’s in Special Education with a concentration in Applied Behavior Analysis at St. Joseph’s University, expected to graduate in December of 2020. Rachel will then anticipate obtaining her LBS and BCBA.