Deborah Best

William L. Poteat Professor of Psychology · Wake Forest University

Best is a psychologist who studies child development with a particular focus on gender stereotypes and young children.

Developmental Psychology Cognitive Development Memory Development Stereotypes and Attitudes Cross-cultural psychology

Stephen Hernandez

School of Education Associate Dean for Grants and Teacher Performance Assessment, Adjunct Assistant Professor of Specialized Programs in Education · Hofstra University

Stephen Hernandez is a specialist in teacher certification, special education and early childhood special education.

Collaboration Special Education Teacher Certification Early Childhood Special Education

Omar Lopez

Director of Stipend Programs Clinical Professor of Social Work Field Education · USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work

Advocacy Social Services for Families Workforce Development Initiatives Immigration Social Work

Dorian Traube

Associate Professor of Social Work · USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work

Dr. Traube focuses on the behavioral health of high-risk adolescents

Parent Education Telehealth Children’s Mental Health Infant Mental Health Home Visitation

Jacquelyn Mc Croskey

John Milner Professor of Child Welfare Professor of Social Work · USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work

Holds the John Milner Professorship in Child Welfare and serves as co-director of the Children’s Data Network

Social Services Data Analysis Community Services Foster Care Family and Child Services

Devon Harris

Speaker · Devon Harris & Associates

Original Jamaican bobsledder who teaches people to Keep On Pushing in order to live their best life.

Teamwork Diversity Overcoming Obstacles Pursiung the Dream

Eric Rice

Associate Professor of Social Work · USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work

Social work expert, focusing on community outreach, network science, and the use of social networking technology by high-risk youth

Artificial Intelligence for Social Good Homelessness HIV Prevention Application of social networking methods to social work research Social Network Theory

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