Lisa Ann Drumb
Assistant Teaching Professor of Applied Behavior Analysis
Dr. Lisa Drumb is an assistant teaching professor in Applied Behavior Analysis and teaches graduate level ABA courses. Dr. Drumb also serves the Indianapolis area as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst and a Special Education Consultant. She is a volunteer with the agency Child Advocates in Indianapolis as an Education Advocate & Liaison for children who are in the foster care system. Prior to teaching for Ball State, Dr. Drumb was an adjunct in the field of Special Education for three years and worked full time in the public school system, specifically in urban education for over a decade. After teaching in general and special education classrooms, Dr. Drumb moved into a consulting role supporting general and special education teachers as well as principals. Her research interests include: consulting with teachers to effectively address challenging behaviors; teacher training; as well as legal, ethical, and best practices regarding the completion of Functional Behavior Assessments and implementation of Behavior Plans in the school environment.
PhD in Special Education