About Us


Jennifer Wilson, M.A., BCBA, CEO

Jennifer Wilson is the business owner at Milestones who is strongly committed to improving and contributing to the success and the lives of her clients and their families by providing them with the most comprehensive and effective treatments. Jennifer graduated from Florida International University with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology with an emphasis on Applied Behavior Analysis. She later obtained her Master’s degree in Applied Behavior Analysis and a certificate in Autism from Ball State University.  Jennifer has vast experience working with children with autism and other developmental disabilities ranging from 2 to 15 years of age in home, school, and group settings. Jennifer’s areas of expertise include the development, implementation, and supervision of behavioral programs for children with autism including language, communication, toilet training, feeding programs, and parent training. Jennifer is fluent in English and Spanish and enjoys training parents and caregivers in understanding how to better manage their child’s behaviors as she strongly believes that together they can help their child reach their true potential.


Gloriann Muniz, M.A., CEO

Gloriann Muniz is the business owner at Milestones who is passionate about working with children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Gloriann graduated from William Paterson University with her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology. She also received her Master’s Degree in Applied Behavior Analysis with an emphasis on Autism from Ball State University. Gloriann offers 9 years of experience working with children diagnosed with ASD and other developmental disabilities ranging from 2 to 15 years of age. Gloriann’s area of expertise are verbal behavior, toilet training, parent training, social skills, and natural environment training. Gloriann is also fluent in English and Spanish. Gloriann is driven to help every child and their families by implementing behavioral interventions that will help motivate every child to achieve their highest potential.