Conference Registration & Information
Conference registration is open! Please click HERE
Hotel reservations at the Williamsburg Lodge can be made by clicking HERE. Please note, May 2nd is SOLD OUT. We are working on securing an additional block with another property. In the meantime, the following hotels are within close proximity to the Lodge.
Click HERE for places to dine in Williamsburg
Exhibitor Information & Registration
Speakers, Workshops & Presentations
Dr. Jim Harris is the owner of Opportunities Consulting Services and the Associate Director of the West Virginia Autism Training Center at Marshall University. He has had several roles in the health and human services field throughout his career as an early interventionist, parent educator, educational consultant, university professor, and behavioral health therapist. Dr. Harris has presented at a variety of conferences from the local to the international levels on such topics as behavioral intervention, parenting, positive behavior support, trauma-informed care, organizational change, and many more. He is the creator of “10 Things You Need to Know About Kids”, an audio program that helps parents and teachers be more effective in their work with children. He has also worked with a variety of public and private entities including the Fred Rogers Company, United States Department of Education, the United States Department of Justice, and many more.
Keynote Speaker, Rodney Wambeam, Ph.D., is a Senior Research Scientist at the Wyoming Survey & Analysis Center (WYSAC) of the University of Wyoming (UW). He is also an adjunct professor in the Department of Political Science at UW. Dr. Wambeam completed his Ph.D. at the University of Nebraska in 1999 and served as policy advisor to Nebraska Governor Ben Nelson. He was Director of the Evaluation Research Department at the Nebraska Council to Prevent Alcohol and Drug Abuse before moving home to Wyoming in 2002. At WYSAC, Dr. Wambeam oversees numerous prevention research projects. He was principle investigator of Wyoming’s 21st Century State Incentive Grant and Strategic Prevention Framework State Incentive Grant evaluations and Oregon’s Strategic Prevention Framework State Incentive Grant evaluation. He is currently principle investigator of Wyoming’s Federal Prevention Block Grant evaluation, Wyoming’s Partnerships for Success evaluation, Oregon’s Partnerships for Success evaluation, and numerous other state and local research projects. His new book “The Community Needs Assessment Workbook” from Oxford University Press came out in 2015.
Additional Speaker content will be posted here as updates are available
THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS