Team

Leadership

The Family-School-Community Alliance is co-Chaired by Andy Garbacz and Devon Minch. Emily Baton and Shuzi Meng manage project activities.

Andy Garbacz, PhD, Assistant Professor, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Devon Minch, PhD, Technical Assistance Specialist, Florida Positive Behavioral Interventions and Support Project

Emily Baton, MA, BCBA, Project Manager, University of South Florida

Shuzi Meng, MA, Project Manager, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Steering Team

  • Heather George, PhD, Associate Professor, University of South Florida; Partner, National Technical Assistance Center on PBIS
  • Patti Hershfeldt, EdD, Co-Director, Center for Social Behavior Support
, Old Dominion University; Partner, National Technical Assistance Center on PBIS
  • Rob Horner, PhD, Professor Emeritus, University of Oregon; Co-Director of National Technical Assistance Center on PBIS
  • Don Kincaid, PhD, Professor/Division Co-Director, Division of Applied Research and Educational Support/Florida Center for Inclusive Communities, University of South Florida; Partner, National Technical Assistance Center on PBIS
  • Kent McIntosh, PhD, Professor, University of Oregon; Partner, National Technical Assistance Center on PBIS
  • Kathleen Strickland-Cohen, PhD, Research Associate Professor, Educational and Community Supports, University of Oregon
  • Christopher Vatland, PhD, Research Assistant Professor, Department of Child and Family Studies, University of South Florida
  • Mark D. Weist, PhD, Professor, University of South Carolina; Partner, National Technical Assistance Center on PBIS
  • Imad Zaheer, PhD, Director, Clinic for Evidence-based Practices in Schools, Montclair State University

Membership meeting structure

The larger FSCA meets face-to-face at the annual meeting while connecting quarterly through virtual meetings and conference calls.

FSCA is housed within Wisconsin Center for Education Research at the School of Education, University of Wisconsin-Madison. ©2020 The Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System.

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