Presenters

Presenters 2021-03-05T14:57:55+00:00

Stephanie Colvin-Roy

Stephanie Colvin-Roy has spent more than 15 years providing professional development in prevention education and youth development. As Training and Organizational Development Associate for the Center for the Promotion of Social and Emotional Learning at the Center for Schools and Communities, Stephanie provides professional development, consultation and technical assistance to schools and youth-serving agencies with a focus on SEL. She is Lead International Trainer and manages the I Can Problem Solve (ICPS) and Raising a Thinking Child (RaTC) programs.

Stephanie is certified in Lifelines Suicide Prevention, ICPS (a CASEL, SELect program), and Lions Quest (evidence-based SEL program); has received training in SEL and character education, Courageous Conversations-Beyond Diversity, and Supporting Students Exposed to Trauma; and serves on the PASAP BOD. As an adjunct professor, Stephanie taught personal resiliency, diversity and inclusion, and was certified in the Pennsylvania Student Assistance Program (SAP).

Mary Dolan, M.A.

Mary Dolan currently serves as the Bullying Prevention Consultant for the Pennsylvania Department of Education’s Office for Safe Schools. She comes to this position with experience as a state-level Safe Schools Coordinator and public school counselor. She authored the Pennsylvania Bullying Prevention Support Plan and coordinates the PA Bullying Prevention Partnership. She assisted with the creation and implementation of the PA Bullying Prevention Consultation Line and provides support to parents and schools for unresolved bullying situations. Mary has written and contributed to the creation of bullying prevention tools and resources designed for parents, students and educators. She is currently the project coordinator for the newly launched PDE, Office for Safe Schools Intermediate Unit Bullying Prevention Professional Development initiative.

Leah Galkowski

June Jenkins, M.Ed.

June Jenkins is a Olweus Bullying Prevention Program Training Coordinator at Safe and Humane Schools, Clemson University. With more than 25 years of experience in education as teacher and administrator, she retired in 2014 as the Director of Safe Schools/Healthy Students in Virginia. he holds a Postgraduate Professional License from Virginia and South Carolina Departments of Education in PreK-12 administration and supervision. She completed a postgraduate certification in PBIS. Jenkins serves on the Leadership Board of the SC-APBS Network and as Co-Leader for the SC-Olweus Network.

Dana Milakovic, Psy.D.

Dana Milakovic, Psy.D., serves as the Mental Health/Alcohol and Other Drugs Specialist with the Office for Safe Schools for the Pennsylvania Department of Education. Dr. Milakovic also serves as the Trauma Lead for PDE and supports Pennsylvania in moving forward as a trauma-informed state by participating on the leadership team for HEAL PA, as well as serving as the co-chair of the educational committee for HEAL PA. Dr. Milakovic is a mental health and trauma specialist with experience in school and community mental health, pediatric neuropsychology, school administration, and school psychology. In her current role, she is focused on strengthening schools by applying neuropsychological research to mental health integration in schools, trauma-sensitive schools, school climate, substance use disorders, and improving mental health services for children across Pennsylvania. Prior to her work at PDE, Dr. Milakovic spent more than 15 years working on behalf of children with special needs as a community mental health evaluator, school psychologist and administrator.

Stacie Molnar-Main, Ed.D.

Michelle Gwinn Nutter

Michelle Gwinn Nutter, a Pennsylvania-certified teacher and former Safe and Supportive Schools Manager for the Pennsylvania Center for Safe Schools, is an Education and Outreach Program Manager and Civil Rights Outreach Specialist for the Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General, Harrisburg, Pa. Nutter provides training and technical assistance for schools and community organizations. She is a nationally recognized speaker and frequently serves as a facilitator for the Student Problem Identification and Resolution of Issues Together (SPIRIT) Program coordinated by the U.S. Department of Justice’s Community Relations Service. Nutter is a certified Olweus Bullying Prevention Program trainer and a certified Partners Against Hate trainer. She assists schools in the prevention of and effective response to bullying, cyberbullying and bias-related tension incidents. Nutter received her bachelor’s degree in English Education from Messiah College and a master’s degree in Education Law. Nutter participated in the 2016 White House Bullying Prevention Summit and the 2016 Federal Bullying Prevention Summit.

Jane Riese, LSW, TCTSY-F

Jane Riese is the Associate Director of Safe and Humane Schools and is a research associate with Clemson University’s Institute on Family and Neighborhood Life. Jane began her work with the Olweus Bullying Prevention Program in 1999 and is one of the developers of the program’s Trainer Certification Course, first held in the U.S. in 2001. She is co-author of Olweus Program print and online materials. She supports Olweus initiatives in countries outside the U.S. A licensed social worker, Jane developed and directed dialogue-based restorative justice programming in her community and was the director of a prosecution-based victim services program. She is certified in Trauma Center Trauma-Sensitive Yoga, an adjunct therapy for the treatment of complex trauma through the Center for Trauma and Embodiment at JRI. Jane has served as a member of the Pennsylvania State Board of Social Workers, Marriage and Family Therapists, and Professional Counselors.

Jan Urbanski, Ed.D.

Jan Urbanski is Director of Safe and Humane Schools at Clemson University, where she oversees the Olweus Bullying Prevention Program and related initiatives focused on building positive connections and reducing bullying and violence. Urbanski has 24 years of school district experience as Director of Special Project, Supervisor of Safe and Drug Free Schools, prevention specialist, professional school counselor, and teacher. She has conducted workshops on SEL related topics at the local, state, national, and international levels. Her research focuses on bullying prevention and school connectedness. She also authored multiple publications related to bullying prevention.