Dr. Natalie Romer serves as a Technical Assistance provider and Collaboratives Co-Lead for the national Center to Improve Social & Emotional Learning and School Safety.
Romer is a Senior Associate in WestEd’s Resilient and Healthy Schools and Communities program. Romer has worked for over 20 years across numerous settings supporting the implementation of social, emotional, and behavioral interventions and supports. She has extensive technical assistance, research, evaluation, and training experience related to improving social, emotional, and behavioral outcomes for students and their families. Her expertise focuses on systems change within a multi-tiered framework, evidence-based social-emotional assessment and intervention, and cross-agency partnerships.
After having worked as a school psychologist, Romer returned to school to complete her doctorate at the University of Oregon. She completed her doctoral internship and a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Nebraska Medical Center’s Munroe-Meyer Institute before transitioning to the University of South Florida where she served as faculty in the Colleges of Behavioral and Community Sciences and Education implementing state and federally funded projects, conducting research, and training graduate students. Romer is a licensed psychologist, nationally certified school psychologist, and board-certified behavior analyst.
Contact Natalie Romer at [email protected].