Sept. 14, 2022 (North Adams, MA) – BFAIR welcomes new Clinical Director, Kaitlyn Moresi to the organization.

Kaitlyn attended The College of Saint Rose where she obtained her bachelor’s degree in Communication and Science Disorders. She furthered her education by attending Endicott College where she obtained her master’s degree in Applied Behavior Analysis with a minor in Autism. She then went on to become a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). She also holds her state licensure in Massachusetts as a Behavior Analyst.

While in graduate school, Kaitlyn worked for BFAIR as an In-Home Behavior Specialist. Once certified as a BCBA, she spent time working at Hoosac Valley Regional School district as well as providing In-Home Applied Behavior Analysis services with Positive Behavior Supports Corporation. She has now returned as a member to the BFAIR team.

According to Erin Shea, VP of Quality Compliance “Kaitlyn will be an excellent addition to our team with her experience and we are delighted to welcome her aboard.”


Since 1994, BFAIR has been providing AFC (Adult Family Care), Residential, Clinical Services, Employment and Day services for adults and children with developmental disabilities, acquired brain injury and autism. BFAIR is a proud member agency of the Northern Berkshire United Way and the Williamstown Community Chest.