Therese Sandomierski, Ph.D.
Dr. Sandomierski joined the FLPBIS Project in 2002, starting as a graduate assistant and joining the staff as a full-time technical assistance specialist in 2006. She currently serves as the FLPBIS Project’s co-lead on the disproportionate discipline workgroup, focusing on developing supports and providing assistance to district and school teams as they use a structured problem-solving process to achieve equity in discipline outcomes. Therese also contributes to the ongoing development of the Project’s RtIB database (www.flrtib.org), providing input on reports and new features.
Prior to completing her Ph.D. in school psychology on disproportionate discipline outcomes in schools that implement school-wide PBIS, Therese worked as a classroom and research assistant while completing her undergraduate degrees in psychology and behavior analysis. Therese is a member of the Association for Positive Behavior Support and the Florida Restorative Justice Association. Her current interests include positive behavior support, equity, restorative practices, and systems change.