Dr. Fiebig has been applying the science of behavior analysis to optimize school, community, and organizational environments and improve individual well-being for two decades. Though she was initially convinced she wanted to change the world with music, incidentally, it was her music composition studies at the University of Florida that paved the road to behavior analysis. She completed her undergraduate and graduate training in behavior analysis at the University of Florida and The Florida State University and her PhD in Organizational Leadership at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, with emphasis on organizational behavior management and relational frame theory applied to climate change communication. Her work has taken her across the US and Europe and she is committed to impacting organizational sustainability, leadership development and team performance, and prosocial, consensus-based community practices. She is an Assistant Teaching Professor in the Department of Applied Behavior Analysis at Ball State University, a co-founder of ABA Global Initiatives Consulting Group, and a director of Luethi-Peterson Camps International. She is a founding member and chair of ABAI’s Behavior Analysis for Sustainable Societies (BASS) and serves on the Coalition for Behavior Science Organization’s Climate Change Task Force. Julia is from Germany and lives in the San Francisco Bay Area, where, when she isn’t trying to change the world with behavior science you will find her working on a next album and still trying to make the world a little better with music. You can contact her at jhfiebig@gmail.com.