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Sarah NicholsIL/FLSLN4EITP@illinois.eduProfessional Development Specialist (& EI-EC PD CoP Facilitator)Early Intervention Training Program (EITP) at the University of Illinois
630-408-9778
I work for IL and reside in FL (since 2009). I started my career in EI as a service coordinator (2000-2007) and have been with EITP since 2002. My special interests and areas of expertise include developing, growing and sustaining Communities of Practice (CoP), service coordination, and designing synchronous/asynchronous distance learning opportunities for adult learners.
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Criss HickeyMIhickey_c@ccresa.orgTrainer & TA Specialist Early On Training and Techincal Assistance (EOT&TA) at Clinton County, Office of Intovative Projects-Early On866-334-5437
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Jodi WhitemanNCjodiwhiteman@lena.orgDirector of Partnerships and GrowthLENA919-426-5271I live in Wake Forest, NC and work remoteI love to support cross-systems and cross-disciplinary collaboration in early childhood. To improve quality and services to young children, families and the workforce.
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Beth ColeCObbrcole@msn.comEarly Childhood Fiscal Accountability Program AssociateWestEd303-564-2213I've been working in Part C in a variety of positions since 1996 and am the parent of a 28 year old with ASD who got into Part C at the age of 2-1/2Telehealth - I'm the telehealth specialist on Colorado's Early Intervention Team, and we have been doing telehealth since 2015.
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Jean WassenaarMIwassenaar_j@ccresa.orgStatewide Trainer &TA SpecialistEarly On Training and Techincal Assistance (EOT&TA) at Clinton County, Office of Intovative Projects-Early On866-334-5437
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Wayla MurrowCOwayla.murrow@state.co.us
Training and Technical Assistance Team Lead
Early Intervention Colorado720-667-9325
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Naomi YounggrenAPO-AEnaomi.younggren@gmail.comTA ConsultantEarly Childhood Technical Assistance (ECTA) Center
701-885-9064
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Elizabeth (Betsy) Peters Rust
MNbetsyrust3000@gmail.comRegional ECSE Professional Development FacilitatorMN Centers of Excellence for Young Children with Disabilities
218-260-6970
I am a Speech Language Pathologist. I have a lot of experience and training with Pyramid Model, coaching in Early Intervention (FIP-EI Certified), Classroom Engagement Model, practice-based coaching, and implementation science.
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Cori HillVAcfhill@vcu.eduPI/EI Professional Dev SpecialistPartnership for Peopl with Disabilities at VCU
540-280-2889
family-centered practices, service coordination, preservice prep
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Dana ChildressVAdchildre@odu.eduAssistant Professor, ECSE Program Coordinator & EI ConsultantOld Dominion University757-683-3747Connecting adult learning principles and practices to EI service delivery, service coordination, family-centered practices, facilitating caregiver learning, best practices for professional development, etc.
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Kimberly A. ChristensenOHkchris@bgsu.edu Teaching Professor, Inclusive Early Childhood Program Coordinator Bowling Green State University
419-372-7299
Dual licensure, personnel prep., multiple intensive disabilities, family advocacy
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Beth FriedmanPAbfriedman@pattanpgh.netTechnical Assistance ConsultantEarly Intervention Technical Assistance
412-736-8640
Early Intervention in PA is both Part B and Part C
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Melissa HardisonKYmelissa.hardison@ky.govTA Kentucky's Early Intervention System502-564-3756
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Rachel CharlotIArachel-charlot@uiowa.eduSC/Program CoordinatorChild Health Specialty Clinics712-792-5530CHSC is a signatory partner in Iowa's EI system. I am a parent of a child with special needs.
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Susan ConnorILsuec@illinois.eduDirectorEarly Intervention Training Program (EITP) at the University of Illinois
217-244-1922
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Melissa SchnurrIAmelissa.schnurr@iowa.govEI CSPD ConsultantIowa Dept of EducationI am most responsive by email :) Ask me about my work as a birth doula and prenatal yoga teacher! Over the years, I have realized that my work in these roles has similarities to the role of an EI Service Coordinator.
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Erika BarilMA and NHebaril@comcast.netPart C SLP and PD in NH and MANH EI PD, MA EI PD603-566-1584
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Ted BurkeHIbeyondthebox.ted@gmail.comPD ConsultantBeyond the Box LLC815-342-0399I live in Hawaii, but work across the countryCSPD, Distance Learning, LMS
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Nancy GoinsMIngoins@anlar.comSenior Technical Assistance SpecialistAnLar, LLC810-712-0336Yoga, mindfulness or Functional Wellness Coaching!
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Linda BamonteCTlinda.bamonte@ct.govPersonnel DevelopmentOffice Early Childhood - Birth to Three
860-500-4406
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Amanda TamagniFLtats-fgcu@ucf.eduTAUCF/TATS --Florida8133615400
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Moniqua JohlCOmoniqua.johl@state.co.usTraining CoordinatorEarly Intervention Colorado
720-667-9337 c
303-866-4080 o
Service Coordination skills and trianing and that I had a brother who appeared on Jerry Springer!
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Tanya GoitiaAZtgoitia@azdes.govTA SpecialistArizona Early Intervention Program
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Chantelle CurtisAZchantellecurtis@azdes.govTA SpecialistArizona Early Intervention Program
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Dana CoxCAdcox@wested.org Inclusion Supprt SpecialistWestEd and EPIC ECSE Credentialling Program831-252-6915
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Jennifer BrownNMjenbrown@salud.unm.eduTraining & Development ConsultantUNM Center for Development and Disability
(505) 206-7634
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Kathy ManfieldMAkamanfield@charter.netEarly Intervention -- Social Work and Professional DevelopmentMA Department of Public Health508-769-8169Working with families of children who are deaf or hard of hearing, family leadership training and disability policy
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callahan_c@ccresa.orgDirectorCCRESA Innovative Projects, Michigan517-668-0185professional learning and child find for early childhood, including Part C, 619, and child care systems
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Kari HolmbergMIholmberg_k@ccresa.orgProject ManagerCCRESA Innovative Projects, Michigan
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Cathy LeslieMACLeslie@MGHIHP.eduFaculty, Researcher, Former EI OTMGH Institute of Health ProfessionsMy interest and research in health literacy, health communication as it relates to early intervention and access to services/ quality of services
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Robin McWilliamALrobin.mcwilliam@gmail.comProfessorThe University of Alabama615-715-0394
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Elizabeth DiedrickOHbdiedrick@loraincsd.orgDirectorLorain City Schools/The University of Toledo
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Cami StevensonOR
stevenson.camistevenson.cami@gmail.com
AdministratorMultnomah Early Childhood Program503.381.1750
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Jenny LandryMAjennymlandry@gmail.comEI SLP MA, Adjunct professorCriterion Heritage EI, Cambridge College413-320-2553
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Mina BapatPApedsot.mb@gmail.comTechnical Assistance ConsultantEarly Intervention Technical Assistance610-659-2522
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Jorri NovakMIjnovak@ccresa.orgEI PD ConsultantOffice of Innovative Projects989-245-7330
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Kristie Pretti-FrontczakOHkristie@kristiepf.comEducational Consultanthttps://kristiepf.com/about-kristie/
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Tammy WallinKSwallint@ku.eduEI TA Specilist
Kansas Inservice Training System (KITS)- University of Kansas
785-764-1980
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Lynn SheaFLlynnshea@hpcswf.comEI,RN Autism regional trainer, provider support
Gulf Central Early Steps/ Health Planning Council of SW Florida
9419578936
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Nancy SmithDEnsmith.cecc@gmail.comConsultant/Technical AssistantComprehensive Early Care Consultation302-463-3712I am the mother of triplet daughters, two with disabilities, and a retired Part C Coordinator. I am currently contracting with the DE Department of Education, Part B/619 program.
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Jenny BraseKSjennybrase@ku.eduEI TA Specialist Kansas Inservice Training System (KITS)- University of Kansas
(785)764-4390
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Sarah WiegandGAswiegs88@gmail.comDoctoral Student, Graduate Assistant University of Georgia 515-554-5824
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Serena WheelerKYserena.wheeler@louisville.eduEI PD and Doc StudentUniversity of Louisville
270-784-3438
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Becky HoffmanWIhoffmanr@cesa5.orgEI PD project lead, adjunct instructorWI Birth to 3 Program/CESA 5, University of WI - Oshkosh
920-290-2971
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Alex DavidsonORadavidson@caowash.orgPreschool Promise Specialist (Quality Improvement Specialist + Professional Development Coach)Child Care Resource and Referral of Washington County971-226-6100Preschool Promise is an Oregon state-funded preschool initiative. I help early childhood providers navigate the grant and provide training opportunities.Advocacy and social justice in education
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Emily RoparsILemilyropars@gmail.comInclusion SpecialistEarly CHOICES
773-949-2976
We provide TA/Professional Learning about high quality early childhood inclusion.
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Erika SkewesCOerika.skewes@state.co.usTechnical Assistance and Outreach CoordinatorEarly Intervention Colorado
720-951-8824
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Rachel KarasCOrachel.karas@state.co.usProvider Training CoordinatorEarly Intervention Colorado303-489-6530
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Blair CurtisMNblair.p.curtis@gmail.comTeacherFLAS ECSE
618-978-6461
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Jennifer ChampagneMIjchampagne@ccresa.orgTraining and TA ManagerEarly On Training and Techincal Assistance (EOT&TA) at Clinton County, Office of Intovative Projects-Early On
248-420-0493
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Katie RaspaNMKRaspa@salud.unm.eduTraining and Development ConsultantUNM Center for Development and Disability
240-446-6989
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Paula GrubbsNCpaula.grubbs@unc.eduTechnical Assistance SpecialistUNC Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute3366554371Systems frameworks and implementation
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Cooperative Educational Service Agency #5
WIdaviesm@cesa5.orgPD Project Director , Early Intervention Program DirectorCooperative Educational Service Agency #5
608-745-5403
Part C Professional Development System in WI
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