Clinical Director

Margaret Rudd


Margaret (Maggie) Rudd serves as the Clinical Director at the Florida Autism Center in Lake Mary, where she applies her comprehensive background in Applied Behavior Analysis to guide her team and support her clients. Maggie’s journey in the field began with a Master of Arts in Applied Behavior Analysis from Georgian Court University in New Jersey, setting a strong academic foundation for her career. Her practical experience was enriched through an internship at the Kennedy Krieger Institute’s neurobehavioral unit in July 2014, further diversified by providing in-home ABA services across a range of ages up to young adulthood. Having gained her Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) credential in 2016, Maggie joined the Florida Autism Center in May 2017, where she has been making significant impacts ever since. With a keen focus on early intervention, Maggie is committed to applying her expertise to support her clients effectively, driven by a client care philosophy that centers on empathy and evidence-based practice. Outside of her professional role, Maggie finds joy in spending quality time with her family, indulging in her love for reading, kayaking, and making memorable visits to theme parks, reflecting her passion for exploring and enjoying life’s diverse experiences.