Andrew Roach

Co-Principal Investigator and Professor at Georgia State University

Dr. Andy Roach co-leads the project with Dr. Frank. Dr. Roach is a Professor of Counseling and Psychological Services and Public Health and Coordinator of the School Psychology PhD Program at Georgia State University. His research focuses on the inclusion of individuals with disabilities in educational and community contexts. Dr. Roach is a nationally certified school psychologist and former elementary and middle school teacher.  Dr. Roach and the GSU CARE team are working with Georgia school districts to implement the CARE program with special educators and gather data from teachers, administrators, families, and students on the program’s impact.

 

Jennifer Frank

Principal Investigator and Associate Professor at the Pennsylvania State University 

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Andrew Roach

Co-Principal Investigator and Professor at Georgia State University

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Chavez Phelps

Georgia Site Liaison - Georgia State 

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Deborah Schussler

Qualitative Investigator and Professor at the University at Albany, SUNY

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Catherine Jantzer

CARE Project Manager - Penn State

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Ogechukwu Igbokwe

Georgia Site Manager

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Michelle Quintero

Georgia Teacher Liaison

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Lynne Ogren

CARE Facilitator - CREATE

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Damon Jones

Lead Methodologist - Penn State

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Marisa DeCollibus

Graduate Assistant - Penn State 

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Karl Prevost

Graduate Assistant - Georgia State 

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Devon Slaughter

Graduate Assistant - Georgia State 

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Ivory Ravenell

 Graduate Assistant - Georgia State

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Kate Hudson

 Graduate Assistant - Georgia State

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Hannah Samios

Graduate Assistant - Georgia State 

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Leen Hernandez

 Graduate Assistant - Georgia State 

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