Adrian H. Wood, Ph.D.

Adrian H. Wood, Ph.D. is a rural Eastern NC mother of four, one with extra special needs. Past preschool teacher, nanny, children’s ski instructor, early interventionist, college professor, early childhood researcher, wife, and full-time mama. Her blog, Tales of an Educated Debutante, is followed by over 350,000 people. In it she offers personal glimpses into … Read moreAdrian H. Wood, Ph.D.

Dr. Kathryn Haughney

Dr. Kathryn L. Haughney has over 20 years of experience teaching, conducting research and advocating for students with moderate to extensive support needs and their families. She earned her doctorate from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and is currently an active member of the Council for Exceptional Children’s’ Teacher Education Division. With published … Read moreDr. Kathryn Haughney

Dr. Stephanie Devine

Stephanie M. Devine, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor of Special Education in the Department of Elementary and Special Education at Georgia Southern University. Dr. Devine is also the Executive Director of EAGLE Academy at Georgia Southern, which is an inclusive postsecondary education program for young adults with intellectual and developmental disability. Her research focuses on … Read moreDr. Stephanie Devine

Dr. Kayla Randall

Dr. Randall is a board certified behavior analyst at the doctoral level. She earned a Master’s of Education degree in Special Education from Vanderbilt University. She earned a doctoral degree in Applied Behavior Analysis from the University of Nebraska Medical Center under the supervision of Dr. Brian Greer. During her training, she completed a doctoral … Read moreDr. Kayla Randall

Robin Rettie

Robin Rettie, M.Ed., Special Education is an Educational Consultant for Lighthouse Learning Resources (LLR), creator of The Anchor Teaching Framework©, combines components of evidenced-based behavior strategies, cognitive development, & neuroscience to lay the foundation for self-regulation through measures found in scientific research. Robin has extensive training in autism, curriculum, sensory processing, behavior, Special Education Law, … Read moreRobin Rettie

Traci Cole

Traci Cole, MA, BCBA works in the Savannah and Richmond Hill areas in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. She provides behavior consulting, programming, and behavior interventions for children and young adults with behavioral issues, developmental disabilities, and mental illness. She is a PEERS® Certified Provider, providing evidence-based social skills treatment … Read moreTraci Cole

Julie Hardeman

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Juliet Hardeman is a parent mentor in the Georgia Parent Mentor Partnership in which she supports families of students with disabilities in a local school district. A former high school special educator, Mrs. Hardeman has extensive experience in assisting individuals with disabilities and their families in learning about their rights under IDEA & ADA, developing … Read moreJulie Hardeman