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					                                   DONNA-MARIE C. WINN, PhD.


CAREER OBJECTIVE: Seeking opportunities to utilize skills in socioemotional and academic program
development, violence prevention, culturally relevant practices, policy development, and administration to
demonstrably increase the mental health and well being of youth and families

EDUCATION:
1992 Post-doctorate, Duke University, Durham, NC
     Major: Clinical Psychology - Delinquency Prevention

1991    Ph.D., University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC
        Major: Clinical Psychology, Child and Family Focus
        Minor: Organizational Behavior

1989    Internship, Medical College of Georgia Consortium, Augusta, GA
        Major: Clinical Psychology
        Minor: Organizational Development

1987    M.A., University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC (UNC-CH)
        Major: Psychology

1985    B.A., University of Notre Dame, South Bend, IN
        Major: Psychology & Program for Administrators

WORK EXPERIENCE:

        09/91-present     Duke University: The Department of Psychology, Social and Health
                          Sciences and the Terry Sanford Institute for Public Policy Studies (1999
                          forward), Durham, NC. Simultaneously serve as Senior Research Scientist
                          (non regular-rank faculty member), develop, implement, and provide clinical
                          supervision for multiple preventive intervention research projects, and
                          disseminate efficacious programs that prevent the emergence of conduct
                          problems and promote the social and academic success in youth. Inform
                          evaluation findings and interpret findings for lay and professional audiences.
                          [Further descriptions below.]

                 Center for Child and Family Policy. Senior Research Scientist – (9/99 –
                 present). Administer and provide clinical supervision to various preventive
                 intervention programs. Assist with the development of policy relevant review
                 of existing community resources for youth. Present research findings at state,
                 national, and international conferences. Conduct presentations on the efficacy
                 of prevention programs to potential funding sources and university students.
                 Publish articles on policy relevant topics. Supervise graduate and
                 undergraduate student research. Represent the Center in various local policy
                 making and information dissemination committees.
WORK EXPERIENCE (cont’d):

                          Girls’ Aggression: Development, Context, and Process, Clinical and
                          Qualitative Consultant (06/05 – present). Co-develop and co-supervise
                          qualitative interviews and focus group questions for adolescents involved with
                          the juvenile justice system, their peers, and service providers.

                          Durham Family Initiative (DFI -- Abuse and Neglect Preventive
                          Intervention Program), Co-Director and Intervention Supervisor (10/02 –
                          present). Co-direct a 10-year-long grant to reduce abuse and neglect in
                          Durham, North Carolina. Supervise program staff and develop programs to
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                    promote social capital and increase neighborhood cohesion within communities
                    with high maltreatment rates and high economic poverty rates. Develop working
                    relationships with local communities and assist policy team with understanding
                    the implications of agency practices on service utilization. Assist with
                    coordinating DFI program efforts with existing community initiatives and help
                    develop county-wide continuum of services for families with low economic
                    resources. Develop and lead an evaluation to understand the concept of
                    “reciprocity of giving” in low economic resource mothers.

                    Multi-site Violence Prevention Program for Middle School Students
                    (GREAT Schools and Families). Co-Principal Investigator & Clinical
                    Supervisor (9/99 – present). Develop, plan, and supervise program
                    interventions for families with team of site representatives. Co-create and
                    evaluate measure of program staff’s cultural competence in delivering program
                    to students and families. Participate in multi-site collaboration, implementation,
                    and writing manuscripts.

                    On Track Program in Manchester, England. Program Consultant (11/00 –
                    present). Advise on the dissemination of the Fast Track program. Coordinate the
                    planning and implementation of programming to prevent the development of
                    conduct problems and promote social, emotional, and academic competencies in
                    elementary-aged children. Co-author dissemination report and present
                    dissemination at national and international conferences.

                    Safe Schools/Healthy Students Initiative. Co-Investigator (7/00 – 7/03).
                    Advise on the dissemination of the Fast Track program. Supervise program
                    supervisors on personnel and program implementation issues.

                    Fast Track Program. Project Director/ Qualitative Data Analyst (5/00 –
                    8/03). Administer and supervise the implementation of a research project.
                    Develop personnel policies and procedures. Oversee multi-million dollar
                    budget. Coordinate program fidelity with three universities. Conduct staff
                    meetings and supervise clinical intervention. Co-develop qualitative interviews
                    and coding manuals, monitor their administration, and analyze findings. Clinical
                    Supervisor (8/92 – 6/03). Provide clinical case supervision, hire and train staff.
                    Assist with the development of curriculum and programming. Develop plans
                    for staffing and budget. Family/School Specialist (9/91- 7/94). Teach
                    parenting behavior management skills classes. Provide case management, short-
                    term psychotherapy crisis management and school consultation to families of
                    children with emerging behavior problems.

                    Project Kid Start. Clinical Supervisor (1/00 –5/02). Develop, plan, and
                    supervise program interventions with preschoolers. Assist with personnel
                    management and review budget.


WORK EXPERIENCE (cont’d):

      09/03-10/05    Evaluation of an Integrated Program for School Readiness Project at the
                    Frank Porter Graham Child Development Center, University of North
                    Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC. Consultant/Clinical Supervisor. Develop and
                    supervise the pilot testing of a comprehensive, multi-modal curriculum designed
                    to promote the literacy, numeracy, communication and socio-emotional
                    development of preschool children.
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09/02-07/05    Preschool Language and Social Curriculum Evaluation Project at the
              Frank Porter Graham Child Development Center, University of North
              Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC. Consultant/Clinical Supervisor. Develop and
              supervise the pilot testing of a comprehensive, multi-modal curriculum designed
              to promote the literacy, communication and soioemotional skills of preschool
              children.

07/02-08/04   Rural Children Living in Poverty Project at the Center for Developmental
              Science, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC. Consultant.
              Recommend assessment battery of family process measures for their
              experiences with racial discrimination.

03/01-07/04   Head Start Quality Research Center on Socioemotional Interventions to
              Enhance School Readiness at the Frank Porter Graham Child
              Development Center, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC.
              Clinical Supervisor/Consultant. Provide all of the clinical supervision for an
              intervention and research project that seeks to develop, evaluate, and refine
              specific approaches to enhance Head Start program quality to promote child
              outcomes in school readiness.

01/01-03/01   Innovation Research and Training, Durham, NC. Program Developer.
              Formulate framework for a system of supplementary classroom materials to
              promote healthy social, emotional, and academic functioning in preschoolers.

09/97-09/02   Head Start - University Partnership on Mental Health Interventions at the
              Frank Porter Graham Child Development Center, University of North
              Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC. Clinical Supervisor. Supervise the delivery of
              socio-cognitive and behavioral preventive interventions with children in a multi-
              site Head Start program. Conduct clinical supervision to license eligible
              Doctoral level Psychologists. Train staff and Head Start teachers to implement
              curriculum.

08/99-10/99   Whitefoord Community Program in Atlanta, GA. Program Consultant.
              Present model for preventing the development of aggression in elementary and
              pre-school children. Advise program on how to implement curriculum and plan
              budget.

12/98–6/99    Triangle Community Foundation Family Preservation Program, Durham,
              NC. Investigator. Provide programmatic oversight, write grants and reports, and
              oversee budget expenditures.
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WORK EXPERIENCE (cont’d):

        09/97–01/98   Governor’s Commission on Juvenile Crime and Justice – Juvenile
                      Delinquency and Substance Abuse Prevention Sub-committee, Raleigh,
                      North Carolina. Committee member. Co-authored sub-committee report on
                      successful preventive interventions for juveniles. Assisted with development of
                      statewide policies for preventing juvenile delinquency. Attended committee
                      meetings and advised members of rigorously evaluated research initiatives and
                      the development of conduct problems.

        03/97-02/98   National Center to Enhance Youth Children’s Development and Learning
                      – Preschool Program at the Frank Porter Graham Child Development
                      Center, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC. Clinical supervisor.
                      Develop curriculum and clinical case management. Hire and train staff in
                      emotion regulation and parenting practices curriculum. Train Head Start
                      teachers in effective behavior management strategies.

        12/96-06/99   Northeast Central Durham Family Preservation Program -Duke
                      University, Durham, North Carolina. Co-Investigator. Managed grant funds,
                      provided programmatic oversight, conducted clinical supervision, wrote grant
                      proposals and budgets, and provided direct supervision to staff.

        04/96-07/96   Hayti Historical Foundation Family Reading Enrichment
                      Residency, Durham, North Carolina. Clinical consultant.
                      Provided parent training sessions in conjunction with performing artists and
                      story tellers in summer reading program.

        01/96-06/99   Northeast Central Durham Helping Parents Help Children Program -
                      Duke University, Durham, North Carolina. Grant Manager and Co-
                      Principal Investigator. Provided programmatic oversight to project director,
                      wrote grant proposals and budgets, provided direct supervision to staff.

        07/95-06/96   About Me, Inc., Fayetteville, NC. Clinical consultant. Provide supervision
                      for treatment staff and cognitive-behavioral therapy for children in a group
                      home. Advised group home director on policies and procedures for hiring and
                      maintaining personnel and effective treatment of youth.

        02/94–07/94   Durham Public Schools School Violence Task Force, Durham, NC.
                      Committee Member --University Research representative. Provided summaries
                      of empirically validated preventive interventions for school violence and co-
                      authored sub-committee report to impact district-wide policies on prevention
                      programs for youth.

        08/93-01/95   Quadrapsy, Inc., Cincinnati, OH & Chapel Hill, NC. Co-owner and clinical
                      consultant. Provided cultural diversity training, organizational analysis, process
                      consultation, reengineering, and team building services to private industry and
                      government agencies. Maintained financial records.

        04/92-01/95   Piedmont Care Employee Assistance and Managed Care
                      Program, Chapel Hill, NC. Co-owner and clinical
                      consultant. Provided therapeutic services to government and
                      private industry employees and their families.
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WORK EXPERIENCE (cont’d):

        01/92-present   Human Resource Consultants, P.A., Chapel Hill & Raleigh, NC. Clinical
                        Psychologist in private practice. Specialties include therapy for families,
                        adolescents, and children with issues of conduct or depression, counseling for
                        families experiencing separation or divorce, and organizational consultation,
                        and training for individuals to develop healthy romantic and non-romantic
                        relationships. (I have temporarily stopped seeing clients in private practice.)

        10/90-06/91     Chapel Hill - Carrboro School System, Chapel Hill, NC.
                        Clinical Consultant. Taught social skills and designed performance enhancing
                        educational plans for disadvantaged
                        youth. Delivered individual, group, and school-based family
                        therapy. Provided schools with resource information and
                        research findings to aid in staff and youth development.

        09/89-06/91     Orange-Person-Chatham Mental Health Center’s Children and Youth
                        Demonstration Project, Chapel Hill, NC. Psychology Resident. Provided
                        community-based outreach therapy services for children and their families.
                        Delivered customized in-service staff training workshops on behaviorally and
                        emotionally handicapped adolescents.

        09/88-09/89     Medical College of Georgia, Augusta, GA. Psychology Intern. Provided
                        group, family, and individual therapy for inpatient and outpatient clients.
                        Studied organizational performance and effectiveness in a multi-modal
                        treatment facility.

        05/87-08/88     Intensive Diagnostic and Treatment Unit - John Umstead State Hospital,
                        Butner, NC. Adolescent Clinical Practicum: Provided short-term
                        psychotherapy, crisis management, case consultation and assessment.

        01/86-08/87     Rehabilitation Unit, Adult Admissions, and Chronic Treatment Units -
                        John Umstead State Hospital, Butner, NC. Adult Clinical Practicum:
                        Provided individual psychotherapy. Led teaching conferences on therapy
                        patients. Practiced psychological assessment using intellectual, projective, and
                        neurological techniques.

        08/85-12/85     Central Elementary School, Hillsborough, NC. Assessment Trainee.
                        Practiced psychological assessment using intellectual, projective, and
                        neurological techniques.

 TEACHING EXPERIENCE:

        10/05           Invited Lecturer. Sanford Institute of Public Policy, Duke University.
                        Durham’s Housing Opportunities for People Everywhere (HOPE) VI program

        10/05           Invited Lecturer Sanford Institute of Public Policy, Duke University. The
                        Durham Family Initiative: Social Support and Neighborhood Development

        08/05           Invited Lecturer. American Psychological Association, Washington D.C.
                        Presidential Mini-convention—Practitioners Working From Diverse
                        Perspectives: Constructs in Working Therapeutically with African –American
                        Clients.
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         06/05            Invited Lecturer. Family Research Consortium IV, New Orleans LA. Post-
                          doctoral Fellow Training in Recruitment and Retention Techniques for working
                          with High-Risk Subjects
.

    TEACHING EXPERIENCE: (cont’d)

         10/04            Invited Lecturer. Department of Psychology, Duke University. Two research
                          areas at the Center for Child and Family Policy: Prevention of Abuse and
                          Neglect (the DFI) and Studying Girls Aggression (The Girls Study Group)

         02/04            Invited Lecturer. The Durham Giving Project House Course, Duke
                          University. Understanding risk and programs that help prevent negative
                          outcome: The Fast Track Project
         10/02            Invited Lecturer. Sanford Institute of Public Policy, Duke University.
                          Prevention Programs with high-risk youth: The ethical and practical dilemmas
                          of conducting long-term preventive research in communities

         09/02            Invited Lecturer. School of Public Policy, Duke University. The Fast Track
                          Program: A long-term prevention programs for high-risk youth, their families,
                          and their schools.

         03/00            Invited Lecturer. School of Public Policy, Duke University. Implications of
                          long-term prevention programs with high-risk youth.

         03/00            Invited Lecturer. North Carolina Department of Corrections. Career
                          alternatives and intervention programs dealing with high-risk youth.

         04/98            Invited Lecturer. Counseling and Psychological Services. Duke University.
                          Therapeutic Interventions with Conduct Disorders Youth and Implications for
                          Public Policy.

         08/87 – 05/88    Instructor. UNC-CH Department of Psychology. Introduction
                          to Personality. Upper-level undergraduate students.

         08/86 - 05/87    Instructor. UNC-CH Office of Student Counseling and Minority Affairs.
                          Minority student seminars for undergraduate and graduate students.

         09/86 – 02/87    Invited Lecturer. UNC-CH Department of Psychology. Introduction to
                          Personality. Upper-level undergraduate students.

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE:

         06/04- Present   Neighborhood Survey: Correlates and Predictors of Abuse and Neglect.
                          Investigators: Dodge, K., Christopoulos, C., Rosanbalm, K., and Winn, D-M.

         01/94-Present    Teenage Mothers and Their Significant Adult Relationships: What
                          Happens to Their Relationships When a Baby is Born? Investigators: Winn,
                          D-M., Miller-Johnson, S., Clemons, D. , Coie, J. D., and Maumary-Gremaud, A.

         08/92-08/96      Family Systems Correlates of Early Onset Delinquency: School Failure in
                          Children Born to Teenage Mothers. Investigators: John Coie, Ph.D. and
                          Micheline Molson, Ph.D.
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        06/87-05/91      Predictors of the Effectiveness of a Residential Treatment Program for
                         Disturbed Children and Adolescents. Advisors: W. Grant Dahlstrom, Ph.D.
                         and John Weisz, Ph.D.



RESEARCH EXPERIENCE: (cont’d)

        12/88-04/89      The Nature of Job Satisfaction: Current and Trend Analyses in the
                         Psychology Department of a Veteran’s Administration Hospital. Advisor:
                         Pat Bodewyns, Ph.D.

        08/85-05/87      Psychotherapy Outcomes Among Children with Differing Profile Patterns.
                         Advisor: John Weisz, Ph.D.

PUBLICATIONS:
      Fuller Johns, A., Rhule, G., Slough, N., Weiss, M. & Winn, D-M. (In Preparation). The Roles and
      Responsibilities of the Clinical Supervisor. Chapter in a manual to disseminate Fast Track.
      (working title).

        Winn, D-M., Bryant, T., Burton, L.B., Peterson, S., & Foy-Watson, S. (In Preparation). Sources
        of Shame and Honor in African American females. In T. Bryant-Davis (Ed.) From Shame to
        Honor: Multicultural Feminist Journeys. Washington, D.C.: APA Press

        Stevenson, H., Winn, D-M, Walker-Barnes, C., & Coard, C.W. (2005). Style Matters: Towards A
        Culturally Relevant Framework for Interventions with African American Families. In V. McLoyd,
        K. Dodge, & N. Hill (Eds.) African American Family Life: Ecological and Cultural Diversity.

        Miller-Johnson, S., Winn, D. M., Coie, J.D., Malone, P., & Lochman, J. (2004). Risk Factors for
        Adolescent Pregnancy Reports Among African American Males. Journal of Research on
        Adolescence, 14, 471-496.

        Burton, L., Winn, D-M., Stevenson, H., & Lawson-Clark, S. (2004). Working with African
        American Clients: Considering the “Homeplace” in Counseling and Therapy Practices. In
        Therapeutic Implications of Research on Diverse Families. Journal of Marital and Family
        Therapy, 30(4), 397-410.

        Miller-Johnson, S., Sullivan, T.N., Simon, T.R., & the Multisite Violence Prevention Project (D-
        M Winn, member, 2004). Evaluation the Impact of Interventions in the Multisite Violence
        Prevention Study: Samples, Procedures, and Measures. American Journal of Preventive
        Medicine, 26(1S), 48-61.

        Henry, D.B., Farrell, A. D., & the Multisite Violence Prevention Project (D-M Winn, member,
        2004). The Study Designed by a Committee: Design of the Miltisite Violence Prevention Project
        American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 26(1S), 12-19.

        Meyer, A.L. Allison, K.W., Reese, L.E., Gay, F. N., & the Multisite Violence Prevention Project
        (D-M Winn, member, 2004). Choosing to be Violence Free in Middle School: The Student
        Component of the GREAT Schools and Families Universal Program. American Journal of
        Preventive Medicine, 26(1S), 20-28.

        Orpinas, P., Horne, A.M., & the Multisite Violence Prevention Project (D-M Winn, member,
        2004). A Teacher-Focused Approach to Prevent and Reduce Students’ Aggressive Behavior: The
        GREAT Teacher Program. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 26(1S), 29-38.
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      Smith, E.P., Gorman-Smith, D., Quinn, W.H., Rabiner, D.L.., Tolan, P.H., Winn, D-M & the
      Multi-site Violence Prevention Project . (2004). Community-Based Multiple Family Groups to
      Prevent and Reduce Violent and Aggressive Behavior: The GREAT Families Program. American
      Journal of Preventive Medicine, 26(1S),39-47.



PUBLICATIONS (continued):

      Multisite Violence Prevention Project (D-M Winn, member). (2004). The Multisite Violence
      Prevention Project: Background and Overview. American Journal of Preventive Medicine,
      26(1S),3-11.

      Multisite Violence Prevention Project (D-M Winn, member). (2004). Lessons Learned in the
      Multisite Violence Prevention Project Collaboration: Big Questions Require Large Efforts.
      American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 26(1S),3-11.

      Winn, D. M. & Herman, M. (2003). Research Meets the Real World: Lessons Learned in Three
      Community Implementations of Fast Track. In J. Kupersmidt & K. Dodge (Eds.) Children's Peer
      Relations: From Development to Intervention , Washington, D.C.: APA Press

      Durham’s Partnership for Children and Durham Youth Coordinating Board. The State of
      Durham’s Children 2000. The Herald-Sun, Durham NC.

      Durham’s Partnership for Children and Durham Youth Coordinating Board. The State of
      Durham’s Children 2000 Mid-Year Follow-up. The Herald-Sun, Durham NC.

      Miller-Johnson, S., Winn, D. M., Coie, J. C., Maumary-Gremaud, A., Hyman, C., Terry, R.,
      Lochman, J. E. (1999) v 11, pp 85-100. Motherhood During the Teen Tears: A Developmental
      Perspective on Risk Factors for Childbearing. Development and Psychopathology.


PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS, BOARDS, AND LICENSE:

      American Psychological Association
      Association of Black Psychologists
      Emily Krzyzewski Family Life Center, Board of Directors, Affiliate
      Girls Study Group, Study Group Member – Research Triangle Institute & OJJDP
      North Carolina Minority Youth and Family Resource Center, Board of Directors
      North Carolina Psychology Board - Licensed Psychologist
      National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology
      Society for Research on Adolescents
      Society for Research on Child Development


PRESENTATIONS AND DISCUSSION SESSIONS:

      03/06            Genesis House, Durham, NC. In the Midst of Homelessness: Developing
                       Healthy Romantic Relationships II? (Workshop)

      01/06            The Richard Brown Show, Carrboro, NC. Depression, Goal Setting, and
                       the New Year (Live radio talk show guest-WCOM)

      11/05            Rubenstein Hall Dedication, Durham NC. The Durham Family Initiative..
                       (Symposium: Co-Presenters – Blessing, L., O’Donnell, K., Christopoulos, C.,
                       Roth, A., Dodge, K., and Murphy, R.)
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      10/05        11th National Workshop of Adult and Juvenile Female Offenders
                   Conference, Minneapolis, MN. Gender Sensitive Factors in Girls’
                   Delinquency. (Symposium: Co-Presenters – Fishbein, D., Miller-Johnson, S.,
                   and Dakof, G.)



PRESENTATIONS AND DISCUSSION SESSIONS (continued):

      10/05        11th National Workshop of Adult and Juvenile Female Offenders
                   Conference, Minneapolis, MN. What’s Working in Femal Juvenile
                   Delinquency Prevention Programs. (Focus Group: Co-Facilitators –
                   Taormina, G., Hawkins, S., and Zahn, M.)

      08/05        American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C. Efficacy of
                   Universal Versus Targeted Approaches to Youth Violence Prevention.
                   (Symposium: Co-Presenters – Rabiner, D.L., Miller-Johnson, S.)

      08/05        American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C. Therapeutic
                   Constructs for Culturally Relevant Practice with African-American Families.
                   (Symposium: Co-Presenters – Womak, V., Coard, S., Stevenson, H., Walker-
                   Barnes, C., Burton, L., & Lawson-Clark, S.

      06/05        Family Research Consortium IV, New Orleans, LA. Getting Them and
                   Keeping Them: Selection, Recruitment, and Retention of Difficult-to-Reach
                   Participants and the Systems Serving Them. (Workshop: Co-Presenters –
                   Pinderhughes, E. and Nicholson, M.)

      4/05         Society for Research in Child Development, Atlanta, GA. Social Cognition
                   and Behavioral Problems in Preschoolers (Paper Symposium: Co-Presenters –
                   Kupersmidt, J., Voegler-Lee, M., Bryant, D., Willoughby, M., Peisner-Feinberg,
                   E.S.)

      4/05         Society for Research in Child Development, Atlanta, GA. Exposure to
                   Violence and Children’s Social, Emotional, and Behavioral Functioning (Paper
                   Symposium: Co-Presenters – Voegler-Lee, M, Kupersmidt, J., Bryant, D.M.,
                   Peisner-Feinberg, E.S.)

      4/05         Society for Research in Child Development, Atlanta, GA. Engaging
                   adolescents: Parenting amidst race/locale, neighborhood, and family context
                   influences. (Poster Session,: Co-Presenters: Copeman,A., Craddock, K.,
                   Pinderhughes, E.E., Sunshine, C. & the Conduct Problems Prevention Research
                   Group)

      04/05        Navigating the System Workshop, Durham, NC. Understanding the Needs
                   of Families of At-Risk Children (Keynote Speaker)

      03/05        Genesis House, Durham, NC. In the Midst of Homelessness: Developing
                   Healthy Romantic Relationships? (Workshop)

      12/04        Focal Point, Raleigh, NC. Lost generation: Why so many so many of our
                   state’s young black men end up in North Carolina’s prisons? (TV special:
                   Invited Panelist)
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      07/04        I-PBP Preschool Teacher Training, Greensboro, NC. Cultural Competency
                   Training (Presentation)

      07/04        Colored Pictures Short Film Festival, Durham, NC. Beyond Stereotypes:
                   Challenging Images, Elevating Film. (Invited Panelist: Moderator, Anthony
                   Wilson)



PRESENTATIONS AND DISCUSSION SESSIONS (continued):

      07/04        Family Research Consortium IV, San Juan, PR. What else really matters:
                   A culturally relevant framework for intervention with African American
                   families. (Poster: Co-Presenters: Berlin, L. J., Dodge, K. A., Bryant, J.,
                   Castellino, D. R., Winn, D. M. C., & Stevens, K.)

      07/04        American Psychological Association Conference, Honolulu, HI. Screening
                   Headstart children for aggression problems: Who is missed? In Risk,
                   adjustment and psychopathology in development. (Poster Session: Co-
                   Presenters: Bryant, D., Voegler-Lee, M., & Kupersmidt, J.,)

      07/04        American Psychological Association Conference, Honolulu, HI. Contextual,
                   cultural, and neighborhood influences on parenting adolescents. In R. Ceballo
                   (Chair), Parenting in poverty – Contextual issues. (Symposium: Co-Presenter:
                   Pinderhughes, E.)

      06/04        Head Start National Research Conference, Washington, DC. Evaluation of
                   "STARS Plus": A school readiness program. In S. Jones (Chair), Social-
                   emotional and demographic precursors to school readiness for children at risk.
                   (Symposium: Co-Presenters: Berlin, L. J., Dodge, K. A., Bryant, J., Castellino,
                   D. R., & Stevens, K.)

      05/04        Robertson’s Scholars Collaboration Fund Think Tank, Durham, NC.
                   Building Policy, Research and Practice Collaborations on Behalf of North
                   Carolina’s African American Youth: Fostering Healthy Social and Emotional
                   Development (Invited panelist)

      05/04        Ninth Conference of the European Association for Research on
                   Adolescence, Porto, Portugal. Great Schools and Families and Fast Track:
                   Lessons learning in the recruitment and retention of adolescents and their
                   families in two preventive intervention trials. (Symposium; Co-presenters: E
                   Pinderhughes, M. Nicholson, S. Miller-Johnson, & D. Rabiner)

      03/04        Society for Research on Adolescence Biennial Meeting, Baltimore MD.
                   Diversity issues in prevention-oriented research on adolescent externalizing
                   problems. (Discussant)

      03/04        North Carolina Central University, Durham, NC. The message behind the
                   hype: Am I being played a rap music symposium. (Invited panelist)

      11/03        ParkCenter Professional Training Series, Inc., Ft. Wayne, IN. The Fast
                   Track Program: A program to prevent behavior problems in youth. (Day-long
                   workshop).

      09/03        Unity Day, Durham, NC. The state of the Black community. (Invited
                   Roundtable Discussant)
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      06/03        Family Research Consortium III Conference. Santa Ana Pueblo, New
                   Mexico. Getting Them and Keeping Them: Engagement with Difficult-to-
                   Reach Participants and the Systems Serving Them (Presentation; Co-presenters:
                   E Pinderhughes, M. Nicholson)




PRESENTATIONS AND DISCUSSION SESSIONS (continued):

      05/03        Emerging Issues in African-American Family Life: Context, Adaptation,
                   and Policy Conference, Durham, NC. Towards a culturally relevant
                   framework for interventions with African-American families. (Presentation: H.
                   Stevenson, Ph.D., D-M. Winn, Ph.D, S. Coard, Ph.D., & C. Walker-Barnes)

      04/03        Centro Italiano Di Solidarietà, Roma, Italy. Strategies and techniques to
                   prevent the emergence of behavior problems. (Day-long workshop).

      04/03        Dipartimento di Psicologia, Universita' Degli Studi Di Roma, La Sapienza
                   Rome, Italy. The Fast Track Program—A program to prevent behavior
                   problems in youth. (Lectures).

      09/02        8th Biennial Conference of the European Association for Research on
                   Adolescence, New College Oxford, United Kingdom. Strategies to Recruit
                   and Retain Adolescent Subjects in University-Based Research. (Presentation;
                   Co-presenters: M. Nicholson, C. Hyman)

      08/02        On-Track Program, Manchester, England. The Fast Track Program: A
                   detailed description of clinical supervision and dissemination issues revisited.
                   (Presentation)

      08/02        Leaving No Child Behind Conference, Washington D.C. The Fast Track
                   Program: A multi-systems approach to preventing behavior problems
                   (Presentations; Co-presenter: J. Geratz)

      04/02        On-Track Program, Manchester, England. The Fast Track Program: A
                   detailed description of prevention programming and results from four years of
                   service delivery. (Presentation)

      04/02        Society for Research on Adolescence Bi-annual Conference, New Orleans,
                   Louisiana. Risk factors for adolescent paternity among African-American
                   males. (Presentation; Co-presenter: S. Miller-Johnson)

      03/02        8th Annual North Carolina Multiple Family Group Therapy Conference,
                   Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Nuts and Bolts: Strategies for recruitment and
                   retention of families for group therapy. (Presentation; Co-presenter: C. Hyman)

      01/02        On-Track Program, Manchester, England. The Fast Track Program: A
                   developmental model of conduct problems and a longitudinal preventive
                   intervention. (Presentation)

      10/01        Center for Child and Family Policy of Duke University, Durham, North
                   Carolina. Report on the Fast Track intervention and effectiveness after three
                   years. (Presentation)
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      09/01        City/County Violence Prevention Committee, Durham, North Carolina.
                   Fast Track and other effective prevention programs for at-risk youth.
                   (Presentation and panel discussion; Co-presenter: K. Dodge).




PRESENTATIONS AND DISCUSSION SESSIONS (continued):

      08/01        American Psychological Association 109th Annual Convention, San
                   Francisco, California. Shaping school norms through targeting prevention at
                   aggressive and influential youth in a Symposium entitled: Theoretical and
                   methodological issues in a multi-site study of youth violence prevention.
                   (Presentation and discussion session; Co-presenters: S. Miller-Johnson, D.
                   Rabiner, & K. Dodge).

      08/01        Research 2 Policy Working Group, Center for Child and Family Policy,
                   Duke University, North Carolina. How to Influence Policy: Lessons Learned
                   from national policy makers. (Presentation and discussion session).

      05/01        Serious Habitual Offender Comprehensive Action Plan (SHOCAP)
                   National Demonstration Project, Miami, Florida. The Fast Track project:
                   Intervention strategies and lessons to be applied to the SHOCAP Younger
                   Siblings Project. (Presentation and discussion session).

      04/01        Multi-site Qualitative Training and Research Coordinator Meeting,
                   Nashville, TN. Train the trainers module for administration and coding of a
                   qualitative summery battery (Workshop: Co-facilitator: Dr. Ellen
                   Pinderhughes).

      03/01        International Conference on Violence in Schools and Public Policies, Paris,
                   France. At-risk Youth Intervention and Evaluation (Presentation and
                   discussion session).

      01/01        State of Durham’s Children 2001 2nd Annual Banquet, Durham, North
                   Carolina. Summary of 2001 Report and Next Steps (Presentation).

      12/00        Site Visit by Representative of the Mimi Haas Foundation, Duke
                   University, Durham NC. Update on prevention projects funded by Haas
                   Foundation and other relevant programs (Presentation panelist).

      11/00        Terry Sanford Institute of Public Policy Board of Governors Retreat, Duke
                   University, Durham, NC. Fast Track: A Model Program for Preventing
                   Behavior Problems in Youth (Presentation panelist, Co-Presenter: K. Dodge).

      09/00        What Works Conference: The Journey Continues, Manchester, England.
                   What’s Working, What Isn’t, and How Do We Fix It? (Invited Workshop).

      09/00        What Works Conference: The Journey Continues, Manchester, England.
                   The Role of Youth Justice in Preventing Conduct Problems in Youth (Invited
                   Panelist).
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      08/00         Pantang Psychiatric Hospital, Ghana, West Africa. Hospitalization and
                   Detention of American Youth: Policies, Procedures, and Prevalence
                   (Discussion session).

      06/00        On Track Conference, Birmingham, England. The Fast Track Programme:
                   Methodology and Results of a Longitudinal Multi-Site Conduct Prevention
                   Program (Invited Keynote Presentation).

      06/00        On Track Conference, Birmingham, England. The Fast Track Programme:
                   Methods to Engage Families in Prevention Programs and Sustain Participation
                   (Invited Workshop).

PRESENTATIONS AND DISCUSSION SESSIONS (cont’d):

      05/00        Durham Public Schools-- Administrative Team, Durham, NC. Progress and
                   Results of the Fast Track Program (Presentation, Co-Presenter: K. Dodge).

      05/00        Children’s Peer Relations: From Development to Intervention Policy, A
                   Festschrift in Honor of John D. Coie, Duke University, Durham, NC.
                   Community Involvement and Participant Retention: Lessons Learned From a
                   Decade of Intervention Efforts (Presentation).

      03/00        6th Annual Conference on Multiple Family Group Therapy, Chapel Hill,
                   NC. Challenging Problems/Creative Solutions (Workshop, Co-facilitator:
                   Jacqueline Parrish, CCSW).

      04/99        Educators Institute -- Duke University Program in Education, Durham,
                   NC. Successful Strategies for Intervening With Highly Disruptive Students in
                   the Classroom (Invited Discussion Session).

      04/99        Society for Research in Child Development, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
                   Risk Factors for Adolescent Pregnancy Among African-American Males
                   (Poster Symposium. Co-presenters: John Coie, Shari Miller-Johnson).

      04/99        Society for Research in Child Development, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
                   Pre-Conference on University Based Child Policy Initiatives (Discussion
                   Session).

      06/98        Coalition for Teen Pregnancy Prevention, Durham, NC. Predictors,
                   Assessment, and Prevention of Teen Pregnancy: A Review of Empirical
                   Literature (Invited presentation).

      05/98        Conference on Economic and Political Reforms to Prevent Juvenile Crime,
                   Durham, NC. (Re)Building Communities to Prevent Juvenile Crime (Invited
                   Panelist).

      04/98        Orange County Youth Forum, Chapel Hill, NC. The
                   Importance of Youth Participation and Empowerment in Building
                   Healthy Communities (Invited Panelist).

      12/97        Durham County Commissioners, Durham, NC. Rationale, Structure and
                   Function of a Youth Development Board for Durham (Presentation. Co-
                   presenter: Michael Palmer).
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        11/97            Durham City Council – Finance Committee, Durham, NC. The History and
                         Structure of the Youth Development Board (Presentation. Co-presenter:
                         Michael Palmer).
        11/97            Durham City Council – Committee of the Whole, Durham, NC. Feasibility,
                         Function, and Structure of the Youth Development Board (Presentation. Co-
                         presenter: Michael Palmer).

        09/97            Governor’s Juvenile Crime & Justice Commission, Raleigh, NC. Inside
                         North Carolina (Television program, NC Agency for Public TV).

        04/97            4th Annual Stop the Violence Conference – Government and Business
                         Roundtable, Durham, NC. Northeast Central Durham Community-University
                         Partnerships for Violence Prevention (Presentation).

PRESENTATIONS AND DISCUSSION SESSIONS (cont’d):

        03/96            Society of Research on Adolescence, Boston, MA. Predictors of Adolescent
                         Childbearing and Developmental Outcomes for others. (Poster Symposium. Co-
                         Presenters: Shari Miller-Johnson & John Coie).


ACCOMPLISHMENTS & AWARDS:
     Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Dissertation Award for Doctoral Candidates for
          Violence-Related and Injury Prevention Research #04049 grant reviewer (2004)
     Ad-hoc committee to develop administrative and personnel policies for research scholars in the
          Center for Child and Family Policy (2003-2004)
     Reviewer of the Committee for Children’s Second Step Revised Curriculum & Woven Word
          Program: Preschool – 5th grade (2000- 2001 & 2003-2004)
     Consortium of University-Based Child Policy Programs – Attendee (2003)
     Centers for Disease Control and Prevention National Violent Death Reporting System Program
          Announcement #03038 grant reviewer (2003)
     Invited scholar at the Emerging Issues in the Study of African-American Families
          Study Group (2001-2002)
     Developed emergent literacy family reading program (2000)
     Developed adolescent romantic relationship game (2000; 1996)
     Governor’s Award for Outstanding Business Support- Fast Track Program (1999)
     Developed electronic financial tracking method for multi-million-dollar grant (1999)
     Delegate from the City of Durham to evaluate youth services coordination efforts in
          Minneapolis, Minnesota along with other city and county elected officials (1998)
     Greater Durham Chamber of Commerce & Durham Public Schools’
          Education Award Finalist (1996)
     Patricia Harris University Fellowship (1987)
     Graduate & Professional Opportunities Fellowship (1986)
     UNC-CH Competitive Limited Service Fellowship (1985)


SELECTED PROFESSIONAL TRAININGS:
     How to Interact with the Media (2005)
     How to Talk with Kids about death (2004)
     Enhancing Early Attachments Conference (2003)
     Attachment and the Oppositional Child (2003)
     Interventions with Angry and Aggressive Youth -- Howard Stevenson (2001)
     Writing for policy makers – Paul Abamonte (2001)
     “Writing for the Reader” Workshop – George Gopen, Ph.D. (2001 & 2005)
     Gang awareness training—Durham Police Dept. (2000)
     Family Research Consortiums II & III—Summer Institutes (1985 – 2001)
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       Intervention with Aggressive Youth – Kenneth Hardy, Ph.D. (1998)
       Workshop Leader Training Program – Workforce Diversity,
            National Coalition Building Institute, Durham, NC. (1993)


References provided upon request.

				
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