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					                             LISA MARIE ANGELLO, PHD, BCBA
         PO Box 40                    CURRICULUM VITAE                   609-410-9319
   Medford, NJ 08055-0040                                           lmanagello@comcast.net

                                                                             AKA: LISA MARIE MOZITIS

                                           EDUCATION

9/1999-5/2003        PhD, School Psychology
                     Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA
                     APA Full Accreditation, NASP Approved

9/1996-8/1999        MEd, Special Education and Applied Behavior Analysis
                     Temple University, Philadelphia, PA

9/1991-5/1993        Graduate Studies, Experimental Psychology
                     SUNY, Cortland, Cortland, NY

9/1987-5/1991        BS, Psychology
                     Richard Stockton College of New Jersey, Pomona, NJ

                                   CERTIFICATION/LICENSURE

Nationally Board Certified Behavior Analyst, June 2001

New Jersey Certification in School Psychology, December 2005

Pennsylvania Certification in School Psychology, September 2005

New Jersey temporary permit to practice psychology (TP# 053-649)

PA Candidate for Licensure

                                         APPOINTMENTS

Senior Clinical Staff, National Autism Center, Randolf, MA, since May 2005

                                      CLINICAL EXPERIENCE

06/Present           Assistant Professor I
                     Rider University, Lawrenceville, NJ
                     School Psychology Program
                     Responsibilities include teaching, scholarship and value/service to the
                     University. Courses include Social/Emotional Behavioral Assessment,
                     Curriculum-Based Measurement, Positive Behavior Support, Consultation,
                     Human Growth & Development, and supervision of student interns.
                                                                                     Angello, Lisa Marie
                                                                               Curriculum Vitae, page 2

05/2005-Present   Co-Director, Behavior Analyst
                  Angello, Barnard & Concors, Medford, NJ
                  Behavioral and Educational Consultation
                  Behavioral and educational consultation provided for children with special
                  needs, their families and educators. Services include functional behavioral
                  assessment/analysis, development and training in behavior support
                  programs, curriculum development and maintenance, academic assessment
                  and intervention development (including curriculum-based measurement),
                  eligibility for special education determination, and home/school collaboration.
                  Services can be provided within a Response to Intervention (RtI) framework.
                  Assistance with development of RtI model is available. Goals for change with
                  all services rendered include systems-level adaptations, transfer of
                  technology and building capacity within a school building/district to sustain
                  successful change.

10/2004-Present   Educational Consultant
                  May Institute, Inc., Ewing, NJ
                  Positive Schools and School/Home Consultation
                  Consultation in Positive Schools focuses on development, implementation
                  and evaluation of school-wide positive behavior support – a proactive
                  approach to improving students’ behaviors and maximizing academic
                  engagement. School-wide support also includes addressing needs at the
                  tertiary and secondary levels; specifically, establishing pre-referral teams,
                  class-wide consultation, individual FBA and academic assessment and
                  intervention. Population served is in an urban setting of low socioeconomic
                  status with largely African American and Hispanic children and families.
                  School/Home Consultation includes FBA, CBM, psychoeducational
                  assessment, and behavior and/or academic support planning either in school
                  or home settings. Presenting problems are varied and include developmental
                  disabilities, externalizing disorders and internalizing disorders.

8/2003-9/2004     Autism Training Coordinator
                  The Ivymount Autism Program, Rockville, MD
                  Home Consultation Services
                  Development and implementation of Home Consultation Services. Home
                  Consultation is an extension of educational services beyond the center-
                  based model with the director (Autism Training Coordinator) serving as
                  liaison between school, home and community. Three types of service were
                  developed and include Individualized Consultation, the Proactive
                  Generalization Program and the Workshop Program. Services were
                  designed for replacement of challenging behavior with functionally
                  alternative behavior, acquisition of skills such as completing chores, self-
                  care, leisure, etc., and generalization of skills mastered at school to home or
                  community. Additionally, center-based responsibilities included supervision
                  of behavior reduction plans for the classroom, internal program integrity
                  tasks, staff performance reviews and additional program development
                  activities.
                                                                                     Angello, Lisa Marie
                                                                               Curriculum Vitae, page 3

7/2001-8/2001     Educational Specialist
                  Whitehall School District, Whitehall, PA
                  Paid position to conduct evaluations determining eligibility for Gifted
                  Education under the supervision of the district School Psychologist.
                  Evaluations included record review, teacher and parent rating scales, and
                  cognitive assessment resulting in written Gifted Evaluation Reports.

8/1999-10/2000    Behavior Specialist/Mobile Therapist
                  Milestones Community Healthcare, Inc., Allentown, PA
                  Utilized a behavioral model of consultation to deliver services including
                  functional behavioral assessment, behavior intervention development, and
                  management of discrete-trial programs. Served children with developmental
                  disabilities in home and school settings.

11/1995-7/1999    Outpatient Clinical Specialist III
                  Children’s Seashore House of the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
                  Biobehavioral Program
                  Utilized a behavior analytic outpatient model to provide services for children
                  with severe problem behaviors and their families. Population served was
                  varied including children with developmental disabilities, cognitive
                  impairment, acute/chronic medical conditions, and disruptive behavior
                  disorders. Primary responsibilities included (a) screening of potential patients
                  recommending appropriate level of service needed, (b) aftercare for
                  discharged patients, and (c) ongoing outpatient treatment for referred
                  patients. Coordinated comprehensive treatment with Developmental
                  Pediatrician, Neurology, Psychiatry and other community based services.

12/1994-11/1995   Behavior Analyst
                  Devereux Foundation, New Jersey Center for Autism, Bridgeton, NJ
                  Served children with developmental disabilities in school and residential
                  settings. Developed and supervised implementation of behavior observation
                  systems, training support plans and behavior intervention guidelines.
                  Participated in clinical team meetings, Individual Education Plan meetings,
                  journal club and peer review. Provided administrative on-call support.

6/1995-11/1995    Training Coordinator
                  Devereux Foundation, New Jersey Center for Autism, Bridgeton, NJ
                  Position held concurrently with Behavior Analyst responsibilities.
                  Coordinated comprehensive employee training program. Developed and
                  delivered staff training in small group management and data-based decision
                  making.

6/1994-9/1995     Behavior Modification Program Technician
                  Woodbine Developmental Center, Woodbine, NJ
                  Served an adult male population with developmental disabilities and severe
                  problem behaviors. Developed and supervised implementation of Individual
                  Support Plans, participated in clinical team meetings, and provided on-call
                  crisis intervention and assessment.
                                                                                   Angello, Lisa Marie
                                                                             Curriculum Vitae, page 4

                      SUPERVISED SCHOOL/CLINICAL EXPERIENCES

7/2002-7/2003    Pre-doctoral Internship
                 University of Florida, Family Safety Behavior Analysis Initiative
                 Department of Children and Families, Alachua County
                 Clinical Supervisor: Jesse Dallery, Ph.D.
                 Principal Investigator: Timothy Vollmer, Ph.D.
                 Research-oriented provision of behavior analysis services for children who
                 have: a) suffered from abuse, neglect, or abandonment, b) engage in severe
                 problem behavior and, c) reside in a substitute care setting. Services were
                 delivered through the instruction of foster parents in behavioral parenting
                 and the assessment and treatment of children’s behavior problems and
                 academic deficits.

10/2000-6/2002   Research Assistant/Consultant
                 Project PASS, Promoting Academic Success for Students
                 Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA
                 PIs: George J. DuPaul, Ph.D., Asha Jitendra, Ed.D.
                 Research-oriented provision of academic assessment and intervention
                 services for children with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity disorder and their
                 families. Activities included direct assessment of academic skills in reading
                 and math utilizing curriculum-based assessment methods. Services of
                 intervention development, implementation and evaluation delivered through
                 behavioral model of consultation to teachers in general and special
                 education settings. Services to parents provided through development and
                 implementation of summer workshop on issues related to ADHD.

9/2001-6/2002    Doctoral Practicum
                 Allentown School District
                 School-based Supervisor: Lourdes Sanchez, M.Ed., Ed.S.
                 University Supervisor: James C. DiPerna, Ph.D.
                 Delivery of psychological services to elementary students in urban school
                 district included psychoeducational assessment, functional behavioral
                 assessment, multi-dimensional emotional behavioral assessment, and
                 academic/behavioral intervention planning. Ad hoc member of Instructional
                 Support Team.

9/2000-6/2001    Doctoral Practicum
                 Southern Lehigh School District
                 School-based Supervisor: Leigh Cundari, Ed.S., Ed.D.
                 University Supervisors: George J. DuPaul, Ph.D.; Christine Cole, Ph.D.
                 Delivery of psychological services to elementary students included
                 psychoeducational assessment, functional behavioral assessment, multi-
                 dimensional emotional behavioral assessment, and academic/behavioral
                 intervention planning. Conducted individual counseling with students
                 experiencing academic and social difficulties. Ad hoc member of
                 Instructional Support Team. Assisted in the development of individualized
                 education plans. Involved in addressing school-wide discipline issues.
                 Delivery of classroom-based school-violence prevention program.
                                                                                      Angello, Lisa Marie
                                                                                Curriculum Vitae, page 5

1/2001-6/2001   Doctoral Practicum
                Outpatient Pediatrics, Lehigh Valley Hospital, Allentown, PA
                Field-based Supervisor: Marcia Kaufman, Ph.D.
                University Supervisor: Christine Cole, Ph.D.
                Conducted multi-dimensional behavioral assessments for children with
                behavioral-, emotional-, and/or learning- disorders. Conducted individual
                counseling with adolescent exhibiting academic and behavioral difficulty.
                Facilitated communication between hospital and school staff with regard to
                academic and health issues of children diagnosed with Attention Deficit
                Hyperactivity Disorder. Established a proactive screening process to
                generate a more diverse referral base.

9/1999-8/2000   Program Manager
                Lehigh Support for Community Living, Lehigh University
                Supervisor: Freya Koger, Ed.D.
                Provided services to adults with developmental disabilities including the
                development of daily living skills, social skills, and individual habilitation
                plans.

9/1998-5/1999   Internship
                Institute for Research on Drug Addiction
                Temple University, Philadelphia, PA
                Supervisor: Kimberly C. Kirby, Ph.D.
                Activities: (a) conduct screening interview for potential research protocol
                subjects, (b) referral and follow-up interview for subjects, (c) observed
                implementation of Community Reinforcement Training with clients. Acquired
                skills: (a) motivational interviewing strategies, (b) Community Reinforcement
                Training Intervention for family members of drug abusers. Co-authored
                treatment manual on the following topics (a) assessment and readiness for
                change, (b) facilitating behavior, (c) reciprocal relationship counseling, and
                (d) reinforcing alternate behaviors.

1/1998-6/1998   Internship
                Devereux Foundation, New Jersey Center for Autism, Bridgeton, NJ
                Temple University, Philadelphia, PA
                Field Supervisor: Barbara J. West, Ph.D.
                Conducted functional assessment and treatment for challenging behavior
                with an adolescent diagnosed with Autism in a school and residential setting.
                Utilized a behavioral consultation model to deliver services across settings.

                                 RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

6/1998-8/1998   Research Assistant
                Animal Learning Laboratory, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA
                Supervisor: Philip N. Hineline, Ph.D.

1/1992-5/1992   Research Assistant
                Student Affairs Department, SUNY, Cortland
                Supervisor: Patricia L. Francis, Ph.D.
                                                                                     Angello, Lisa Marie
                                                                               Curriculum Vitae, page 6

1/1992-12/1992       Research Assistant
                     Adolescent Identity Development, SUNY, Cortland
                     Supervisor: Michael Berzonsky, Ph.D.

1/1990-5/1990        Statistical Analyst
                     Richard Stockton College of New Jersey Library, Pomona, NJ
                     Supervisor: Michael Frank, Ph.D.

9/1990-12/1990       Statistical Analyst
                     The Press of Atlantic City
                     Richard Stockton College of New Jersey, Pomona, NJ
                     Supervisor: Michael Frank


                                     TEACHING EXPERIENCE

01/2006-05/2006      Instructor
                     Curriculum-Based Measurement
                     School Psychology Program, Rider University, Lawrenceville, NJ

01/2005-05/2005      Instructor
                     Assessment of Behavioral and Socio-Emotional Needs
                     School Psychology Program, Rider University, Lawrenceville, NJ

09/1990-12/1990      Teaching Assistant
                     Introduction to Logic
                     Richard Stockton of New Jersey, Pomona, NJ


                                         PUBLICATIONS

Peer-Reviewed
Shapiro, E. S., Angello, L. M., & Eckert, T. (2004). Has Curriculum-based assessment become a
       staple of school psychology practice? An update and extension of knowledge, use, and
       attitudes from 1990 to 2000. School Psychology Review, 33(22), 249-257.

Angello, L. M., Volpe, R. J., DiPerna, J., Guerasko-Moore, S., Guerasko-Moore, D., Neibrig, M., &
      Ota, K. (2003). Assessment of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: A Review of six
      published rating scales. School Psychology Review, 32(2), 241-262,.

Non-Peer Reviewed Publications
Angello, L. M. (October, 2002). Home-based academic interventions. Behavioral Parenting, 1(2).
      From the Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies at http://www.behavior.org.

Manuscripts In Preparation
Angello, L. M., & Shapiro, E. S. A behavioral validation of curriculum-based measurement: Effects
      of task demand and context on oral reading rate across time.
                                                                                         Angello, Lisa Marie
                                                                                   Curriculum Vitae, page 7

                                          PRESENTATIONS

Angello, L. M., Thier, K. T., Hancock, G. (2006, February). School-Wide PBS: Building capacity
      though the development of pre-referral teams. Poster presented at the annual conference
      of Positive Behavior Support, Reno, NV.

Angello, L. M., Clark, C., Marder, T., and Holt, S. (2005, May). Home consultation services for
      families of the Ivymount Autism Program: An extension of the center-based program
      addressing behavior, skill acquisition and generalization. In L. Meyer (Chair), Service
      Delivery Models for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and their Families: Providing
      Services Across Home, Community and School Settings, symposium at the annual
      conference of the Association of Applied Behavior Analysis, Chicago, IL.

Angello, L. M., Beattie, A., Kuperstein, S., Marder, T., and Barbin, J. M. (2005, May).
      Supplementing brief functional analysis data to ameliorate invalid hypotheses regarding
      response function. Poster presented at the annual conference for the Association for
      Behavior Analysis, Chicago, IL.

Angello, L. M., et al. (2003, November). The Ivymount Autism Program: Using applied behavior
      analysis in a functional life skills curriculum. Poster presented at the annual conference for
      the Maryland Association of Behavior Analysis in Baltimore, MD.

Marder, T., Angello, L. M., & Barbin, J. M. (2003, November). Long-term effects of a DRO on
      multiple topographies of ritualistic behaviors: Maintaining change in the desired direction
      after removal of the DRO. Poster presented at the annual conference for the Maryland
      Association of Behavior Analysis in Baltimore, MD.

Van Camp, C., Angello, L. M., & Whitehouse, C. (2003, May). Parent Training: Factors associated
      with attendance and attrition rates. In M. Stoutimore (Chair), Child Abuse and Neglect:
      Caregiver Training and Individualized Services, symposium at the annual meeting of the
      Association for Behavior Analysis, San Francisco, CA.

Angello, L. M., Shapiro, E. S., & Eckert, T. (2002, February). An update of knowledge, use and
      attitude of curriculum-based assessment. Paper presented at the annual conference for the
      National Association for School Psychologists, Chicago.

Angello, L. M., & Koger, F. (2001, November). Creating an image: The use of positive behavioral
      supports and the presence of adults with developmental disabilities in the community.
      Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Association for Mental Retardation,
      Philadelphia.

Angello, L. M., & Ziemann, J. (2001, May). Generalizing a positive behavioral support intervention
      from work to home for an individual with developmental disabilities. Poster session
      presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Behavior Analysis, New Orleans.

Angello, L. M., & Shea, M. C. (1999, May). Successful uses of self-monitoring in an outpatient
      clinic. In M. C. Shea (Chair), Behavior Analysis in Community and Outpatient Settings.
      Symposium conducted at the annual meeting of the Association for Behavior Analysis,
      Chicago.
                                                                                      Angello, Lisa Marie
                                                                                Curriculum Vitae, page 8

Shea, M. C., & Angello, L. M. (1998, May). Evaluation of an outpatient model for assessing and
      treating problem behavior. Poster session presented at the annual meeting for the
      Association for Behavior Analysis, Orlando, FL.

Angello, L. M., & Shea, M. C. (1998, May). The use of self-monitoring to decrease tantrum
      behavior. Poster session presented at the annual meeting for the Association of Behavior
      Analysis, Orlando, FL.

Mozitis, L. M., & Shea, M. C. (1997, May). Teaching an individual with developmental disabilities
       self-management for inappropriate social behavior in an outpatient setting. Poster session
       presented at the annual meeting for the Association for Behavior Analysis, Chicago.

Mozitis, L. M., & West, B. J. (1995, May). Getting along in the community. In B. J. West (Chair),
       PECING Away: Applications of the Picture Exchange Communication System. Symposium
       conducted at the annual meeting of the Association for Behavior Analysis, Washington, DC.

Mozitis, L. M., & Toglia, M. P. (1994). The effects of mode of presentation and memory trace
       strength on witness suggestibility. Poster session presented at the Eastern Psychological
       Association Conference, Providence, RI.


                         PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS AND MEMBERSHIPS

National Association of School Psychologists, member, since 1999
Association of Behavior Analysis, member, since 1996
Council for Exceptional Children, member, since 2004
American Association of Mental Retardation, member, since 2001
Florida Association of Behavior Analysis, member, since 2002
Maryland Association of Behavior Analysis, member, since 2003
Delaware Valley Association of Behavior Analysis, member, since 2005


                                     EDITORIAL EXPERIENCE

Ad Hoc Reviewer, School Psychology Review, 2001 to present
Ad Hoc Reviewer, School Psychology Quarterly, 2006 to present

                                     LEADERSHIP ACTIVITIES

Student Representative, September 1999-May 2000
       School Psychology Doctoral Program, Lehigh University
Graduate Student Member, Search Committee for Provost and VP of Academic Affairs
       SUNY, Cortland, 1992-1993
President, Psychology Club, 1990-1991
       Richard Stockton College of New Jersey




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