Zachary Ginder, Psy.D., MSW
Dr. Ginder comes to the Inland Empire Autism Assessment Center (AAC) with two decades of leadership experience within the fields of health, human services, and post-secondary education. He holds a Bachelor’s of Science from Illinois State University, a Master’s in Social Work with a concentration in Industrial/Organizational Social Work from the University of Southern California (USC), and a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from California Southern University (CalSouthern). His direct practice, administrative, and organizational leadership experience comprises a diverse portfolio of work in homeless and residential services; service populations include homeless families and children, runaway and foster youth, transitional age youth, and individuals and families impacted by HIV/AIDs. Ginder has taught graduate level coursework at California State University, Northridge, and received tenure as a faculty member at Copper Mountain College (CMC), before becoming the Dean of Instruction. In 2018, Ginder was provided the opportunity to pair his passion for helping through organizational leadership with the extraordinary work performed by the AAC. As the Executive Director of AAC, he is thrilled to be a part of providing exceptional care to families residing in San Bernardino County, Riverside County, and beyond.