Professional Information
Kristin N.
The Institute for Evidence-based Reform
Education, Honors & Awards
University of Southern Mississippi
Ph.D- Psychology- University of Southern Mississippi, 2005 (2005)
Achievement and Contribution Award in the Research Category, Eastern Illinois University, 2010; Outstanding Alumnus- Nicholls State University, 2010; Distinguished Service Award- Nicholls State University, 1998; Scholarship Award- Nicholls State University, 1998
Personal Information
Little Rock
President of a not for profit advocacy center; National Association for School Psychologists
Staying fit and well balanced; wood working; kayaking; spending time with family and friends
16-20 Years
Kristin Johnson is the CEO of The Institute for Evidence-based Reform. She is owner and consultant to school districts, state department of education, and corporations on various issues related to Multi-Tiered System of Support (Academic and SEB issues), nomothetic and idiographic assessment, integrity, and continuous improvement. Kristin specializes in modeling, coaching and technical assistance including, but not limited to, implementation of system level processes and procedures, implementation of Response to Intervention (RtI) for academics and behavior at all tiers, data analysis and data-based decision making, and development and implementation of mental health and behavior plans for children at risk. Kristin received her Ph.D in Psychology from the University of Southern Mississippi 2005, her SSP in Psychology from Nicholls State University.2001, a Bachelor’s degree inPsychology from Nicholls State University., 1998, and a Bachelor's degree in HR Management/Personnel Administration from Troy State University, 1994. When not working she enjoys taking fit and well balanced, wood working, kayaking, and spending time with family and friends.
Interventions; Psychology; Executive Office Management; Entrepreneurship; Executive Consulting; Team Building; Mental Health Analysis; Risk Management; Human Resources Management; Education Management; Education Development
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