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Christine Filosa, JD, is a vice president and the general counsel of EDC. She provides legal advice about laws and regulations governing...
Patricia Finnerty, an expert in maternal and child health and continuous quality improvement (CQI), builds capacity to use CQI to...
Ginger Fitzhugh leads evaluations that help programs achieve better STEM learning outcomes for young people from underserved and...
Richard Fournier, director of EDC Ventures, provides leadership in EDC’s direct service work with states, districts, and schools—including...
Shai Fuxman, a behavioral health expert and senior research scientist, leads initiatives promoting the positive development of youth. He...
Audrey Gallo is a research associate for the REL Northeast & Islands at EDC, where she provides data analytic support to REL research studies as well as technical assistance and data coaching to state education agencies throughout the region.
Barb Gay, certified prevention specialist, is an expert in suicide prevention and behavioral health. A highly experienced program leader...
Lauren Gilman, a highly skilled technical assistance specialist and experienced program manager, has extensive knowledge of mental health...
Rachael Glisson, a highly skilled technical assistance associate, brings extensive experience in public health and home visiting. She has...
Chelsey Goddard, an EDC vice president and nationally recognized expert in prevention science, leads EDC’s U.S.-based health, mental health, and behavioral health work.
Building on her experiences as an afterschool practitioner, Kate Goddard puts youth development at the center of her work, designing and supporting programs that elevate inquiry and creativity as a tool of youth empowerment.
Paul Goldenberg, distinguished scholar, adviser, and internationally known expert in mathematics education, designs innovative, evidence-...
Lynn Goldsmith, a distinguished scholar/adviser and highly experienced educational researcher, applies her training as a developmental psychologist to provide new insights into effective approaches to interdisciplinary STEM learning and teaching.
Julie Goldstein Grumet is an expert in behavioral health transformation, state and local community suicide prevention, and the use of evidence-based practices for suicide care in clinical settings.