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 Rasheeda Ouedraogo, M.A., EdS
 Title: School Psychologist, Cherry Creek School District
 DEI Role: Chair
 Bio: Ms. Rasheeda Ouedraogo, EdS, M.A. is a practicing School Psychologist in the Cherry   Creek School District.  She presently serves as the chair of the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion   Committee for the Colorado Society of School Psychologists. She has helped elect two new school board members, chaired the first Black Lives Matter at School Week event, and is a powerful voice for marginalized students. Ms. Ouedraogo has a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, Master of Art in Educational Psychology and Global Human Resources, and an Educational Specialist degree in School Psychology.  She is currently pursuing her Administrative and Special Education Director License at the University of Northern Colorado.

 Ron Glazier, PhD, NCSP                           
 School Psychologist, Denver Public Schools 
 DEI Role: Co-Chair
 Bio: Dr. Ron Glazier is a Nationally Certified School Psychologist working at Abraham Lincoln High  School in the Denver Public Schools and in addition to his SSP license, holds a special education director license with the Colorado Department of Education.  Prior to employment with Denver Public Schools he was the program coordinator for Northern Arizona University’s School Psychology Program at their Phoenix Campus. Dr. Glazier is a Past President of the Colorado Society of School Psychologists (CSSP) and has also served as a former President of the Arizona Association of School Psychologists.  Dr. Glazier created the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion ad-hoc committee in 2021 while serving as President of CSSP, which became an established committee in 2022.

 Jane Lineman, PhD, NCSP
 Title: Student Safety Coordinator, Denver Public Schools 
 DEI Role: Secretary
 Bio: Dr. Jane Lineman, is a Nationally Certified School Psychologist in the role of a Student Safety   Coordinator with Denver Public Schools. She supports district coordination of suicide and   violence prevention initiatives. She is a member of DPS’s District Crisis Recovery Team, and a trainer for PREPaRE Workshop 2 and Question. Persuade. and Refer. (QPR). She serves on the Second Wind Fund of Denver Board and the Colorado Safe Schools Resource Center Advisory Board. She is the Secretary for the CSSP Diversity Equity and Inclusion Committee, and supports as a NCSP Reviewer for the National Association of School Psychologists.

Sarah Edwards, PsyD, NCSP 
 Title: School Psychologist, Cherry Creek School District  
 DEI Role: Culture and Equity Member
 Bio: Dr. Sarah Edwards conducts disparity research among minoritized families of children with   disabilities. She gra
duated from Columbia College in 2014 with a B.A. in Sociology with minors in Legal Studies and Psychology. After graduating she lived in Austin, TX, where she worked in advocacy marketing to address disproportional access to needs-based necessities for minority groups. She recently graduated from the University of Colorado-Denver with her Doctorate in Psychology. Presently, she serves as the Co-Chair for the Colorado Society of School Psychologists-Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee, and she is a practicing School Psychologist at Cherry Creek Schools.  

 Heather Travis, M.A., Doctoral Candidate in School Psychology
 Title: School Psychologist Intern, Mosley P-8 School in the Aurora Public School District
 DEI Role: Committee Organizer
 Bio: Heather Travis is a Doctoral Candidate in School Psychology at University of Colorado   Denver and an active member of the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee in the   Colorado Society of School Psychologists. She currently serves as the Treasurer for the Global Majority Collective, a student organization with the aim of supporting BIPOC and minoritized school psychology graduate students. Ms. Travis is passionate about building community, supporting minoritized populations and increasing diverse representation within the field of school psychology. She is currently researching LGBTQ+ supports available in K-12 schools and the barriers to implementation.  

Name: Breiah Daniels, S.S.P., NCSP
 Title: School Psychologist, Presence 
 DEI Role: Committee Organizer
 Bio: Breiah Daniels is a Nationally Certified School Psychologist and is a practicing School   Psychologist with Presence Teletherapy. She is an active member of the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee in the Colorado Society of School Psychologists, where she also serves as the Committee Organizer. She graduated from Nicholls State University in 2018 with a Specialist in School Psychology. Ms. Daniels worked as a School Psychologist with Denver Public Schools for 5 years before moving to Michigan. She currently serves as a Social Media Coordinator of the Black Alumni Association for Nicholls State University. Ms. Daniels has a strong passion for creating environments to support minority students within the school setting.

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