Ms. Mullin is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. She holds a Masters Degree in General and Special Education from Touro College and a Masters of Arts Degree in Psychology with a concentration in Applied Behavior Analysis from the University of Pacific. During her time at The University of the Pacific she began to work closely with individuals diagnosed with autism and their families.
Upon becoming a Board Certified Behavior Analyst, she worked as an educational consultant, providing training and supervision to therapists, teachers and paraprofessionals on the principles of ABA. In 2004 she moved to New York City where she began to focus on early intensive behavioral intervention, working as a supervisor for in-home and in-school programs for individuals diagnosed with autism.
In 2009 she published a book called, Drawing Autism, which features artwork completed by individuals on the Autism Spectrum. The book features artwork, as well artist interviews. The book serves as a point of entry for individuals who are interested in becoming more familiar with the diagnosis of autism.
In 2014 Ms. Mullin received the "Felix award" for changing perception on disabilities. Also in 2014 she spoke at The United Nations on World Autism Awareness Day. Ms. Mullin is the Regional Coordinator for Applied Behavior Consultants, Inc. in Maine.