2020 UNC Institute on Implementation Science Virtual Series: The Critical Role of Relationships in Implementation Practice and Evidence Use and New International Practice Guide to Supporting Implementation
Introducing the Practice Guide for Implementation Support & The Role of Relationships in Implementation Practice
Discuss new research findings on the role of trusting relationships in supporting evidence use and identify areas for future research in implementation practice
Introduce a new international practice guide for supporting implementation developed through a collaboration with the European Implementation Collaborative, Centre for Effective Services and National Implementation Research Network
Bianca Albers, Chair of the European Implementation Collaborative
Katie Burke, Senior Manager, Centre for Effective Services
Allison Metz, Director of the National Implementation Research Network and Implementation Division Lead at FPG Child Development Institute
Annette Boaz, Professor of Health Care Research, Kingston University and St. George’s University of London
Jennifer Boss, Director of the National Center on Early Childhood Development, Teaching and Learning, Zero to Three
Robert Franks, President and CEO, Judge Baker Children’s Center
Kary James, Executive Director, Child Welfare Information Gateway
Suzanne Kerns, Research Associate Professor and Executive Director of the Center for Effective Interventions, University of Denver
Lived experience. Academic rigor. Professional triumph.
Some of the world’s most successful speakers, leaders, and coaches rely on just one of these credentials in their work. Lacy Dicharry combines all three to deliver empowerment and actionable insight to every audience she reaches.
A survivor of childhood trauma and the trials of the foster care system, Lacy’s story of personal strength and resilience began at a young age. Resulting battles with mental health and addiction were to follow. To some, a story of perseverance. For Lacy, a journey to becoming the person she was meant to be.
Lacy has earned designation as a Master of Business Administration, a dual Master of Science in both Counseling Psychology and Leadership and Human Resource Development and is actively completing her PhD in Philosophy, Leadership and Human Resource Development. Her research centers on the same objective that forms the foundation of her career as both a speaker and workforce champion: revolutionizing leadership.
Lacy’s approach to leadership development fosters an environment where culture and collaboration flourish, creating a workplace where every voice is represented. She has been instrumental in transforming corporate environments, youth engagement efforts, and advocacy programs. She has worked across the U.S. and internationally in a variety of high profile roles, bringing innovative solutions to high stakes challenges.
In concepts including transformational leadership and healing-centered leaders, Lacy Dicharry lives to empower others to transform the way they live, the way they lead, and the world around them.
Lacy has dedicated her life to becoming a force for positive change in organizations around the world. Lacy is a fearlessly authentic leader, speaker, and individual. By sharing her challenges, her experiences, and her transformation with the world, Lacy connects with her audiences in a way nobody else does, because she brings to her work what nobody else can.
Marita Brack is the Associate Director for Psychology within NHS Education for Scotland, and has worked as a Clinical Psychologist for 25 years. Her clinical work has principally been within specialist mental health services for children, young people and their families, both in Scotland and Australia. Marita has also worked within university settings in relation to the training of Applied Psychologists, and was the Clinical Practice Director on the MSc in Applied Psychology for Children and Young People, delivered in partnership between the NHS and the University of Edinburgh. Marita joined NES in 2010 as the Head of Programme for the Parenting and Infant Mental Health workstream, within the Psychology Directorate, and through this role has led on the development and implementation of several strands of work, including the Psychology of Parenting Project (PoPP), the NES Infant Mental Health training plan, the Early Intervention Framework, and most recently Marita has been co-leading on the implementation of the Enhanced Psychological Practice-Children and Young People certificate level course that has been created within NES. Marita has a long-standing interest in early intervention and prevention approaches to strengthening mental health and wellbeing, evidence-based parent-child relationship interventions and public health.
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