Pam Furr
Founder

Pam is a red-haired smiling woman, small in stature and big in heart.

Pamela Furr is the founder of Puzzle Box Academy and Kaleidoscope Interventions. Puzzle Box Academy is a comprehensive facility offering a private school environment to children with learning delays with a 5:1 student to teacher ratio and on-site behavior analytic support in all classrooms. Kaleidoscope Interventions offers Applied Behavior Analysis therapeutic services to children at home, in school, and in a clinical setting.

Mrs. Furr is a seasoned educator as well as a business manager with a degree in early childhood education and is licensed by the State of Florida as a Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten instructor and facilitator. She is credentialed by the State of Florida and the Department of Children and Family Services as a Director, she is a former licensed insurance agent and adjuster who is well versed in the regulations regarding reimbursement of insurance plans regarding child therapy services.

Mrs. Furr left the finance and insurance industry when her son was diagnosed with autism. Since then, she has dedicated her life to the education and early intervention treatment of children and their families on the autism spectrum. Following her passion, Pamela and her partners opened the doors of their first Puzzle Box Academy and Kaleidoscope Interventions in 2007. Since then, Puzzle Box Academy and Kaleidoscope Interventions have expanded into four locations throughout Brevard county, each adding new programs as family’s needs within the community are identified.  Now recognized as a signature resource for all families facing learning and behavioral challenges, Puzzle Box Academy and Kaleidoscope Interventions provides services to over 100 children.

Mrs. Furr has received the following distinguished awards Space Coast’s 2015 Woman in Business Award, and the 2018 Female Small Business Owner of the Year award presented by weVenture Florida Institute of Technology.  Ms. Furr has also been honored as a Patriotic Employer by the Office of the Secretary of Defense. 

Driven by her own experience, Mrs. Furr is on a mission to enhance personal independence and quality of life for families everywhere. Having just launched her fourth facility and fifth program (Academic Enrichment) in Rockledge FL this month, the possibilities are endless when it comes to what Mrs. Furr might accomplish next.

Stephanie Furr
Director of Operations

Stephanie Furr

Stephanie Furr is a zealous business professional and a well-versed program manager who shares an incredible passion for the art of serving the business world. Based in Melbourne, FL, Stephanie Furr holds Master’s Degree in Business Administration and a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management.  In addition, she encompasses 20+ years’ experience in the field of business management. Motivated and inspired by the drive to contribute to the cultivation & growth of the prosperous business community, Stephanie Furr excels in the niche of Budget Management, Business Development, Profit Maximization, Strategic Planning/Analysis, and Process Improvements.

 Stephanie Furr embarked on her professional career back in the year 1996 and has had the honor of serving several esteemed business organizations & firms prior to her employment with Kaleidoscope Interventions, such as Lockheed Martin, BAE Systems, DigitalNet, Department of Homeland Security. Presently, she serves as the Director of Operation at Kaleidoscope Interventions oversees the company’s operations and administration. As a professional, she aims to grow continually & strives to nurture the progressive business growth of a company through the aid of her extensive experience & business insight. Stephanie Furr loves being a part of Kaleidoscope Interventions family and is enthused by the idea of cultivating the constructive growth of children in today’s academic and social world.

 As a business manager, Stephanie Furr has relished a long & successful career and had acquired a great deal of acclamation & recognition from the diversified business community. She had been awarded numerous certificates of appreciation and had won multiple Lockheed Martin INS Stars Lightening Awards and BAE Systems Silver and Bronze Awards. In the years, 2002 through 2014, Stephanie had also received esteemed DHS Awards from the Deputy Director and Commissioner of the Department of Homeland Security on six separate occasions.

 Stephanie Furr’s life outside of work revolves around her two wonderful children and she greatly cherishes spending time with her family. She aims to serve as a role model for her children and helps them nurture the skills & attributes needed to succeed in today’s world. Stephanie Furr’s family is her biggest source of inspiration.

Tricia Frame
Director of Academic Services

Tricia Frame

Dr. Tricia Frame has been an educator for 19 years and holds a Doctorate of Education in Instructional Leadership and Curriculum from Argosy University, a Master's in Education in Educational Leadership and a Bacheor's of Arts in Organizational Management and Psychology.

Dr. Frame started in education at the Devereux Foundation as a teacher and administrator serving children with developmental disabilities and those having severe emotional disorders. For the past 14 years, she has worked for Brevard Public Schools as a guidance counselor, teacher trainer, coordinator for Instructional and Behavioral Services, and most recently as the Director of Student Services for FDLRS and Pre-K ESE Services.

Dr. Frame brings with her many years of collaboration, strategic leadership, curriculum management, and experience in creating and conducting professional development to the Puzzle Box family.

Craig DeVincenzo
Senior Program Director - Kaleidoscope Interventions

Craig DeVincenzo

Craig DeVincenzo is a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst with over 15 years of experience providing behavior analytic services and supervision.

He has worked with both children and adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder in day programs, residential and vocational settings. In addition, he has used the principles of applied behavior analysis in typical therapy settings with children in mental health settings and children who have suffered abuse. Beyond working with clients, Craig is passionate about using his skills in behavior analysis to coach staff and provide training.

Craig holds a B.S. in Psychology from Fordham University and a Masters in Forensic Mental Health Counseling from John Jay College in New York City. He attended Florida Institute of Technology to complete his certification requirements for his Behavior Analysis Board Certification. He teaches courses in applied behavior analysis at Arcadia University’s graduate school of education.

Diana Carlos
Clinical Director - Kaleidoscope Interventions

Diana Carlos

Diana is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst at the Nasa location of Kaleidoscope.  She has been with Kaleidoscope Interventions for almost 2 years now working with clients in Early Intervention and preschool.  Diana attended the Masters of Science dual track program in Applied Behavior Analysis and Organizational Behavior Management at the Florida Institute of Technology. She graduated in December 2017 and earned her Behavior Analysis Certification Board credentials as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst in February 2018.

 

Diana graduated with her Bachelors of Arts degree in Psychology, minoring in Biology from the University of Guam.  At the University of Guam, she served as a research assistant for applied projects focusing on environmental sustainability and conducted an independent study on increasing recycling behaviors in the school setting. After graduating, Diana worked as a private school counselor in Guam, writing ISPs, serving as the coordinator for the school’s Olweus Bullying Prevention Program and liaison to the Department of Special Education.  As a school counselor, Diana was a trained facilitator for the Rainbows for All Children program which provided support groups for children who experienced loss of family members and children from broken homes.  In addition, Diana has completed both the ASIST (Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training) and Connect Suicide Postvention Trainings.

 

Diana is originally from the island of Guam and moved to Florida in 2015.  She enjoys playing beach volleyball, cooking, and gardening. In addition to working with kids with autism, Diana she has had applied and research experience working with older adults with dementia applying ABA principles to develop plans to maintain quality of life. She also has experience working in an experimental lab with pigeons and operant chambers.  She believes that ABA principles are useful, generalizable and can be relevant to the larger population.

Coralys Sanchez
Clinical Director - Kaleidoscope Interventions

Coralys Sanchez

Coralys is the Clinical Director and Board Certified Behavior Analyst at Kaleidoscope on NASA location. She has been with Kaleidoscope Interventions for over 2 years now working with clients in Early Intervention, Pre-school, and additional support. Coralys attended Florida Institute of Technology and finished her Masters in Professional Behavior Analysis. She graduated in June 2016 and earned her credentials as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst in November 2016.

Coralys graduated with her Bachelors of Arts Degree in Forensic Psychology from Florida Institute of Technology. During her time at FIT she worked as an Administrative Assistant for the Dean of student and completed an internship with the Federal Bureau of Investigations. At the end of her degree she completed an internship at The Scott Center for Autism Treatment which is where her passion for working with children with Autism began.

Coralys is originally from the island of Puerto Rico and moved to Florida in 2011 to study at FIT. She enjoys going to theme parks, going to the gym, and traveling. In addition to working with children with Autism, her passion is rescuing animals and working with rescues to advocate against animal abuse. Her main focus in the ABA field has been working on significantly challenging behaviors and feeding disorders.

Alex Forton
Assistant Clinical Director

Alex Forton

Kristi Whitton
Clinical Director

Kristi Whitton

Kristi brings over 5 years of experience applying the science of Behavior Analysis to students and their families in a variety of settings including in-home for three years, outpatient clinic for five years, and private school system for almost one year. She has worked with both children and adults with mental and physical disabilities. Before finding Behavior Analysis she worked as a Case Manager for four years advocating for seniors with dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. Kristi is a Florida native who has lived her whole life in Palm Bay, Florida. Kristi received her Bachelor of science degree from the University of Central Florida (UCF) with a major in General Psychology. Kristi’s Masters of Science in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) from Florida Institute of Technology (FIT) came shortly after. Outside of Puzzle Box Academy, Kristi enjoys traveling to experience new places and spending time with her husband.

Gale Egendoerfer
BCBA

Gale Egendoerfer

Madalyn Dambach
BCBA

Madalyn Dambach

My name is Madalyn Dambach and I am a Board Certified Behavior Analyst at Kaleidoscope Interventions. I have a B.S. in Communication Disorders from Southeast Missouri State University and this is where I also received my Master’s in Applied Behavior Analysis. I have worked with children on the Autism Spectrum for the past 5 years. Last year, I spent time in Asia teaching English to preschool students. I have done ABA in both the in-home setting and the clinical setting and I truly have a passion for early intervention. I enjoy spending time with kiddos and helping them achieve success. I also like doing research and watching behaviors change with evidence-based practice.