Session Number 3 in a 3-Part series. This event included a comprehensive look at logic models, their components parts and their overall construction. In addition, we looked at how the process of developing of the logic model and using it fits within good prevention planning. Includes a Q&A session in the final segment, which addresses questions attendees submitted.
Jess Goldberg is a Training and Technical Assistance Specialist with Education Development Center. For over a decade, Jess has specialized in building capacity to improve behavioral health at the national, state, regional and local levels. Her areas of expertise include preventing youth substance use; promoting cross-sector collaborations; addressing health disparities; strategic planning, logic model development, and sustainability planning. Jess is a Certified Prevention Specialty and holds an MSW and an MPH from Boston University.
Shai Fuxman is a behavioral health expert and senior research scientist. He leads initiatives promoting the positive development of youth and has extensive experience in social and emotional learning (SEL), school-based trauma-informed care, and substance misuse prevention. He also has expertise in program evaluation, cultural competence, and quantitative and qualitative research. As a T/TA specialist, he supports state agencies and community-based organizations to implement and evaluate effective substance misuse prevention programs.