Karen Griffith, PhD, LPC, worked in public education for 35 years, 27 as a school counselor, earning multiple state and national recognitions. Now retired, she works at the University of Georgia as an Assistant Professor (Term-Limited) in the Department of Counseling and Human Development Services, and with ASCA as a trainer on the national model, Lead RAMP Reviewer, and Peer Reviewer for the Journal of Counseling and Development. She has authored three books and several articles, and speaks at state and national conferences on a variety of topics. Her primary area of research is around resiliency.
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Deirdra has been a professional school counselor in Wake County Public Schools for over 14 years. She has been able to advocate for school counseling and student achievement by actively using ASCA National Model documents to show evidence of a data driven and student centered school counseling program. During her tenure in the district, she has led two separate counseling teams to RAMP status, one receiving RAMP in just the school’s second year of existence. She currently serves as an ASCA RAMP reviewer and has traveled the state teaching and encouraging school counselors to use the ASCA National model to advocate for students and the profession.
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