Nelba Márquez-Greene Congressional Briefing Statement
Nelba Márquez-Greene, LMFT, Mental Health and Relational Wellness Director for Sandy Hook Promise and Founder, Ana Grace Project, recorded this message for NASP's 2013 Congressional briefing on how schools and communities can work together to improve school safety.
PREPaRE training is a proven school safety and crisis response model that utilizes existing staff resources, is sustainable, and supports learning as well as effective safety and crisis response.
Other Panelist Statements
Cathy Kennedy-Paine, School Psychologist, Chair of the NASP National Emergency Assistance Team (NEAT)
Christina Conolly-Wilson, Psy.D, NCSP, Director of Crisis Intervention and Safety, Waukegan Public Schools, IL
Mo Canady Executive Director of the National Association of School Resource Officers
Thomas Demaria, PhD, Director of Psychological Services Center at Long Island University
David Osher, Ph.D, Vice President and Codirector, Human and Social Development Program; AIR Institute Fellow