Kimberly Hill, BCBA


Kimberly has been working with children with autism since 2005 when she began working as a line therapist while pursuing her masters degree in Mental Health Counseling. She joined the Project Hope team in 2007 as a senior therapist. While her love for ABA grew, she completed her BCBA coursework. She has experience working in a variety of settings including homes, ABA clinics, private preschools, and social groups. Kimberly loves seeing the kids meet their goals that they so diligently work on each day. 

Kimberly graduated from North Greenville University with a B.S. in Psychology in 2005. She received a Master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling from Webster University in 2007. Kimberly completed coursework for Certification in Behavior Analysis (B.C.B.A.) from the Florida Institute of Technology. She received her Board Certification in Behavior Analysis in April of 2009.

Outside of work, Kimberly enjoys spending time with her husband and two sons, cooking, and traveling.

Anna Craft, BCBA


Anna Craft has been helping children with autism in the field of applied behavior analysis since 2004. A Greenville native and Furman alum, Anna achieved a B.S. in Psychology from Furman University and an M.S. in Psychology (with a concentration in Applied Behavior Analysis in Developmental Disabilities) from Auburn University. She received her Board Certification in Behavior Analysis in November of 2008.

Anna began her career in ABA as a line therapist, providing intensive ABA services to children with autism spectrum disorders. She then became a senior therapist and was so passionate about her work in ABA that she decided to obtain a graduate degree in the field. Anna has gained experience working in ABA preschools, in residential facilities, in public and private schools, in families’ homes, and in parenting classes.

Anna spends her free time reading, finding and experimenting with vegetarian recipes, and spending time outdoors.