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Resume for Johanna G. for Researcher / Scientist / Education & Science in Durham, North Carolina




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Country: United States City: Durham
State: North Carolina ZIP: 27705



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Johanna K.P. G. Work Address: UCLADuke National Center for Child Traumatic Stress Duke University School of Medicine · West Chapel Hill Street · Suite · Durham, NC · · Home Address: Coachman&;s Way · Durham, NC · · EDUCATION PostDoctoral Fellowship, Child Traumatic Stress May Present Duke University School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry UCLADuke National Center for Child Traumatic Stress, Durham, NC Mentor: Ernestine C. BriggsKing, PhD Ph.D., Social Work Aug. University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC Dissertation Title: Natural Mentor Relationships among Young Adults with Foster Care Experience: Pathways to Emerging Adulthood Outcomes Dissertation Chair: Lynn Usher, PhD Master of Social Service May Bryn Mawr College, Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research, Bryn Mawr, PA Master of Law & Social Policy May Bryn Mawr College, Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research, Bryn Mawr, PA Bachelor of Arts June Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, PA Special Major: Sociology/Anthropology ­ Education AWARDS, FELLOWSHIPS, & SCHOLARSHIPS Travel award to attend Add Health Users Conference. Carolina Population Center at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill & NIH&;s Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health & Human Development Summer, Predoctoral Fellow, Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award, National Institute of Child Health & Human Development Institutional Research Training Grant THDA awarded to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Center for Developmental Science Competitively selected to attend workshop, Using Secondary Data for Analysis of Marriage and Family. University of Michigan Institute for Social Research, InterUniversity Consortium for Political and Social Research, Summer Program in Quantitative Methods of Social Research Summer, Travel award to attend workshop, Using Secondary Data for Analysis of Marriage and Family. University of Michigan Institute for Social Research, InterUniversity Consortium for Political and Social Research, Summer Program in Quantitative Methods of Social Research Summer, Outstanding Doctoral Student of the Year, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, School of Social Work G., Johanna Page | Predoctoral Fellow, Duke University, Center for Child & Family Policy John Turner Dissertation Award, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, School of Social Work Tuition Award, Bryn Mawr College, Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research Hunter Grubb Scholar for Public Service, Swarthmore College Eugene M. Lang Opportunity Scholar for Social Change, Swarthmore College RESEARCH INTERESTS The transition to adulthood among vulnerable populations of youth Natural mentoring and other supportive relationships Child traumatic stress Evidencebased interventions for older youth in foster care Resiliency, risk and protective factors Life course theory TEACHING INTERESTS Macro social work practice Quantitative research methods and data analysis Program evaluation Child welfare policy and practice PUBLICATIONS Articles in PeerReviewed Journals G., J.K.P., Usher, L., & GrinsteinWeiss, M. . One adult who is crazy about you: Can natural mentoring relationships increase assets among young adults with and without foster care experience? Children and Youth Services Review, , . GrinsteinWeiss, M., Shanks, T.R.W., Manturuk, K.R., Key, C.C., Paik, JG., & G., J.K.P. . Homeownership and parenting practices: Evidence from the Community Advantage Panel. Children and Youth Services Review, , . G., J.K.P., Guo, S., Barth, R.P., Hurley, S., & Sission J. . Contributions of therapist characteristics and stability to intensive inhome therapy youth outcomes. Research on Social Work Practice, , . Barth, R.P., G., J.K.P., Zlotnik, S.R., & Chintapalli, L.K. . Evidencebased practice for youth in supervised out ofhome care: A framework for development, definition, and evaluation. Journal of EvidenceBased Social Work, , . GrinsteinWeiss, M., G., J.K.P., Yeo, Y.H., Birdsong, S.S., Despard, M.R. & Quercia, R.G. . The impact of low and moderatewealth homeownership on parental attitudes and behavior: Evidence from the Community Advantage Panel. Children and Youth Services Review, , . G., J.K.P., & Bowen, N.K. . "She holds my hand" The experiences of foster youth with their natural mentors. Children and Youth Services Review, , . GrinsteinWeiss, M., Lee, J., G., J.K.P., Yeo, Y.H., Han, C., & Irish, K. . Fostering lowincome homeownership: A longitudinal randomized experiment on Individual Development Accounts. Housing Policy Debate, , . G., Johanna Page | Barth, R.P., G., J.K.P., Guo, S., Green, R.L., Hurley, S., & Sisson, J. . Changes in family functioning and child behavior following intensive inhome therapy. Children and Youth Services Review, , . Barth, R.P., G., J.K.P., Guo, S., Green, R.L., Hurley, S., & Sisson, J. . Outcomes for youth receiving intensive inhome therapy or residential care: A comparison using propensity scores. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, , . Manuscripts Under Review & In Preparation GrinsteinWeiss, M., Yeo, Y., Manturuk, K., G., J.K.P., Despard, M. & Quercia, R. revise & resubmit. A multilevel analysis of the relationship between social capital and homeownership in lowand moderateincome neighborhoods. Briggs, E.C., G., J.K.P., Layne, C.M., Fairbank, J.A., & Pynoos, R. under review. Relations between trauma exposure, psychosocial functioning, and treatment needs of youth in residential care: Preliminary findings from the NCTSN core data set. Briggs, E.C., G., J.K.P., Fairbank, J.A., Pynoos, R., Steinberg, A., AmayaJackson, L., et al. under review. Variations in child and adolescent trauma exposure & service use histories in a national clinicreferred sample. Briggs, E.C., Pynoos, R., Fairbank, J.A., Steinberg, A., Layne, C.M., G., J.K.P., et al. in preparation. Utility of the adverse childhood experiences ACE framework in child trauma research. Layne, C.M., Pynoos, R., Fairbank, J.A., BriggsKing, E.C., Ostrowski, S., G., J.K.P., et al. in preparation. Posttraumatic stress symptom severity incrementally predicts comorbid behavioral/emotional difficulties and functional impairment beyond adverse childhood experiences. CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS Papers G., J.K.P., Briggs, E.C., Ostrowski, S.A., Gerrity, E.T., Fairbank, J.A., Layne, C.M., & Pynoos, R.S. Sept. . The cumulative impact of risk markers & risk factors following trauma and the association with functional impairments. Paper accepted for presentation at the th International Conference on Violence, Abuse & Trauma, San Diego, CA. Ostrowski, S.A., G., J. K. P., BriggsKing, E., Layne, C.M., Fairbank, J.A., & Pynoos, R. Nov.. Cumulative risk and adverse childhood experiences: Findings from the National Child Traumatic Stress Network. Paper presented at the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies th Annual Meeting, Montreal, Quebec. Layne, C.M., Ostrowski, S.A., G., J.K.P., BriggsKing, E., & Olsen, J.A. Nov.. Beyond statistical significance: Evaluating clinically significant change in child and adolescent trauma treatment. Paper presented at the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies th Annual Meeting, Montreal, Quebec. G., J.K.P. July. One adult who is crazy about you: Can natural mentoring relationships increase assets among young adults with and without foster care experience? Paper presented at the Add Health Users Conference, Bethesda, MD. G., Johanna Page | G., J.K.P.,GrinsteinWeiss, M., & Usher, L. Jan.. One adult who is crazy about you: Can natural mentoring relationships decrease material hardship and increase assets among young adults with and without foster care experience? Paper presented at the Society for Social Work and Research th Annual Conference, San Francisco, CA. GrinsteinWeiss, M., Yeo, Y.H., G., J.K.P., Despard, M.R. & Quercia, R.G. Jan.. The effects of lowand moderateincome homeownership and neighborhood context on resource generation: A multilevel analysis. Paper presented at the Society for Social Work and Research th Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA. GrinsteinWeiss, M., Paik, J.G., G., J.K.P., & Quercia, R.G. Jan.. Is low and moderatewealth homeownership associated with a better quality home environment? Evidence from the Community Advantage Panel. Paper presented at the Society for Social Work and Research th Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA. Barth, R.P., G., J.K.P., Guo, S., Green, R.L., Hurley, S., & Sisson, J. March. Outcomes for youth receiving intensive inhome therapy or residential care: A comparison using propensity scores. Paper presented at the Joint Conference of EUSARF and IOBER, Padua, Italy. GrinsteinWeiss, M., Lee, J., G., J.K.P., Irish, K., & Han, C. Jan.. Fostering lowincome homeownership: A longitudinal randomized experiment on individual development accounts. Paper presented at the Society for Social Work and Research th Annual Conference, Washington, DC. Barth, R.P., G., J.K.P., Guo, S., Hurley, S., Sisson, J., & Goldsmith, T. March. Outcomes for youth receiving intensive inhome therapy or residential care: A comparison using propensity scores. Paper presented at the A System of Care for Children&;s Mental Health th Annual Conference, Tampa, FL. G., J.K.P., Gavidia, I., Gottlieb, K., & ThurstonFischer, M. Jan.. Examining the relationship between parental involvement and family relations in a youth crime prevention program. Paper presented at the Society for Social Work and Research th Annual Conference, Miami, FL. Posters G., J.K.P., GrinsteinWeiss, M., & Usher, L. March. One adult who is crazy about you: Can natural mentoring relationships decrease material hardship and increase assets among young adults with and without foster care experience? Poster presented at the Society for Research on Adolescence th Biennial Conference, Philadelphia, PA. EVALUATION REPORTS & WORKING PAPERS G., J.K.P., Dickinson, N.S., Barth, R.P., & Gibson, R. The Second Family Foundation Building Family Beyond the Home: Program Report July to Aug. . Chapel Hill, NC: The Jordan Institute for Families, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. GrinsteinWeiss, M., Yeo, Y.H., G., J.K.P., Despard, M.R. & Quercia, R.G. . Are Low and ModerateIncome Homeownership and Neighborhood Context Associated with Social Capital? Working Paper. Chapel Hill, NC: Center for Community Capital, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. G., Johanna Page | GrinsteinWeiss, M., G., J.K.P., Yeo, Y.H., Birdsong, S.S., Despard, M.R., & Quercia, R.G. . The Impact of Low and ModerateWealth Homeownership on Parental Attitudes and Behavior: Evidence from the Community Advantage Panel Working Paper. Chapel Hill, NC: Center for Community Capital, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. ThurstonFischer, M., G., J.K.P., Gavidia, I., & Harris, M. Feb.. Youth Crime Prevention Programs: Family and Child Empowerment Year Supplemental Report Jan. , to Dec. , . N. Miami, FL: The Thurston Group, Inc. ThurstonFischer, M., G., J.K.P., Gavidia, I., Aron, S., & Harris, M. Feb.. Youth Crime Prevention Programs: Adolescent and Family Violence Project, Early Intervention to Improve Academic Performance, Juvenile Assessment and Access to Services and Juvenile Weapons Offender Program Year Final Evaluation Reports Jan. , to Dec. , . N. Miami, FL: The Thurston Group, Inc. ThurstonFischer, M., G., J.K.P., Gavidia, I., Nunez, S., Cabrera, M., & Harris, M. Feb.. Youth Crime Prevention Programs: Family and Child Empowerment Year Final Evaluation Reports Jan. , to Dec. , . N. Miami, FL: The Thurston Group, Inc. ThurstonFischer, M., G., J.K.P., Gavidia, I., Grubb, C., & Harris, M. Oct.. Early Intervention to Improve Academic Performance: Linda Lentin Elementary School Supplemental Report July , ­ June , .N. Miami, FL: The Thurston Group, Inc. ThurstonFischer, M., G., J.K.P., Gavidia, I., Grubb, C., & Harris, M. Oct.. Youth Crime Prevention Programs: Family Empowerment ­ Year Comprehensive Evaluation Report July , ­ June , . N. Miami, FL: The Thurston Group, Inc. ThurstonFischer, M., G., J.K.P., Grubb, C., Cabrera, C., Gavidia, I., & Harris, M. Sept.. Youth Crime Prevention Programs: Family Empowerment ­ Year Final Evaluation Reports July , to June , . N. Miami, FL: The Thurston Group, Inc. ThurstonFischer, M., Grubb, C., Gavidia, I., & G., J.K.P. Aug.. Little Haiti Housing Association, Inc. Computer Clubhouse Mentoring Program ­ Year Evaluation Report June to Aug. . N. Miami, FL: The Thurston Group, Inc. ThurstonFischer, M., Maya, D., G., J.K.P., Gottlieb, K., Grubb, C., Cabrera, M., Gavidia, I., & Harris, M. Feb.. Youth Crime Prevention Programs: Family and Child Empowerment Year Final Evaluation Reports Vol. Feb. , to Dec. , . N. Miami, FL: The Thurston Group, Inc. ThurstonFischer, M., Maya, D., G., J.K.P., Grubb, C., Gavidia, I., & Harris, M. Feb.. Youth Crime Prevention Programs: Improving Community Control Year Final Evaluation Reports Vol. Feb. , to Dec. , . N. Miami, FL: The Thurston Group, Inc. ThurstonFischer, M., Maya, D., G., J.K.P., Gottlieb, K., Grubb, C., Aron, S., Ross, L., Gavidia, I., & Harris, M. Feb.. Youth Crime Prevention Programs: Adolescent and Family Violence Project, Early Intervention to Improve Academic Performance, Juvenile Assessment and Access to Services and Juvenile Weapons Offender Program Year Final Evaluation Reports Vol. Feb. , to Dec. , . N. Miami, FL: The Thurston Group, Inc. G., J.K.P. July. The Model Comprehensive Residential Services Program: Months of Success. Miami, FL: CHARLEE of Dade County, Inc. G., Johanna Page | G., J.K.P., & Sorcek, T.L. July. Florida&;s Lost, Forsaken, and Forgotten: The Foster Care Crisis. Miami, FL: CHARLEE of Dade County, Inc. UNIVERSITY, PROFEESIONAL & VOLUNTEER SERVICE Present Reviewer, Journal of the Society for Social Work and Research Present Reviewer, Children and Youth Services Review Present Advisory council member, Beyond Expectations, Inc., Cherry Hill, NJ Present Youth mentor, Blue Ribbon MentorAdvocate Program, Chapel HillCarrboro City Schools, Chapel Hill, NC Present Alumni interviewer, Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, PA Present Class agent , Germantown Friends School, Philadelphia, PA Foster youth vMentor, The Orphan Foundation of America, Sterling, VA Peer pairing program coordinator, Doctoral Program, School of Social Work, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Doctoral student representative, Doctoral Program Committee, School of Social Work, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS Present Present Council on Social Work Education, Member National Association of Social Workers, Member Society for Research on Adolescence, Member Society for Social Work and Research, Member Research PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Research Associate, innovation Research & Training, Inc., Durham, NC Oct. ­ April Principal Investigator: Janis Kupersmidt, PhD Assisted with execution of Phase I Small Business Innovation Research SBIR grant funded by the National Institute of Child Health & Human Development to create a scientifically informed and practically applicable webbased training program for volunteer mentors. Responsibilities included development of prototype of training application and evaluating its feasibility through fieldtesting with volunteer mentors and program managers. Analyzed feasibility data and wrote report summarizing findings for inclusion in Phase II SBIR grant application. Graduate Research Assistant, The University of North Carolina, School of Social Work, Chapel Hill, NC Aug. ­ Aug. Principal Investigator: Nancy S. Dickinson, PhD, MSSW Assisted with the Second Family Project. Responsibilities included review of evidencebased services for youth in out ofhome care; report and article writing; program planning; outcome and process evaluation development and implementation; budget preparation. Graduate Research Assistant, The University of North Carolina, Center for Community Capital, Chapel Hill, NC June ­ Aug. Principal Investigator: Michal GrinsteinWeiss, PhD, MSW Assisted with data analysis, data interpretation; report and article writing for the SelfHelp/Fannie Mae Community Advantage Program, an eightyear study examining ways to increase wealth through expanded homeownership for low and moderate income families through greater access to secondary market capital. G., Johanna Page | Graduate Research Assistant, The University of North Carolina, School of Social Work, Chapel Hill, NC July ­ June Principal Investigator: Richard P. Barth, PhD, MSW Assisted with Youth Villages Evaluation Project. Responsibilities included grant writing and preparation; data cleaning, analysis, and interpretation; report and article writing. Research Associate, The Thurston Group, Inc., North Miami, FL Oct. ­ June President & Principal Investigator: Maxine ThurstonFischer, PhD, MSW Served as Project Manager for youth crime prevention programs, including Family Empowerment Programs, funded by the MiamiDade Youth Crime Task Force and the DadeMiami Criminal Justice Council. Was responsible for the administration of process and outcome evaluations, statistical analyses, writing of evaluation reports, conduction of literature reviews, production of Microsoft PowerPoint presentations for evaluation feedback sessions, preparation of abstracts and presentations for professional conferences, and management of staff and client Deliverables. Conducted monthly site visits for youth crime prevention programs, including direct program observation and in depth interviews and focus groups with staff and clients, and provided consultation and assistance. Served as Project Manager for the Transitioning Youth Project, a program developed for youth leaving the foster care system by the Guardian ad Litem program of the th Judicial Circuit. Was responsible for development of evaluation plan and contract for professional services. Trained new Research Associates in data collection policies and procedures. Research Specialist, CHARLEE of Dade County, Inc., Coral Gables, FL Feb. ­ Aug. Developed, implemented, and managed a prospective, observational evaluation project involving over dependent children, as part of an month pilot study of outofh

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