[email protected] | 480-254-7579
Anndrea Love is a detective in the intelligence and counterterrorism unit within the Mesa Police Department. Her primary duties include conducting assessments on threats made against police officers, dignitaries, and special events within the City of Mesa, and developing safety plans to mitigate those threats. Additionally, she reviews and asesses threats made at, or related to, the several school districts within the city boundaries. In 2018, Detective Love completed a capstone project which proposed a program aimed at early identification and intervention, and a subsequent resource/referral program, for at-risk youth. Her passion for the implementation of an effective threat assessment program stems from her experience in law enforcement and first-hand knowledge of the possible outcomes for kids who do not get the intervention that could make a world of difference. As a mom, she also has a personal interest in making sure our schools are as safe and healthy as they can be.
[email protected] | 602-359-4388
Clint Doyle is a native of Arizona and has a vested interest in schools safety and security. Clint retired from the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office after 24 years of service wehre he was the Sergeant in charge of the Threat Management Unit. He is the current Arizona Chapter Vice-President of the Manager (CTM) with the organization. Working as a school resource officer for a charter school in Tempe and his continuing threat assessment work in the private sector gives him a well-rounded understanding of the concepts of threat assessment and management. Clint is completing his BS in Marriage and Family Studies through Brigham Young University - Idaho.
[email protected] | 602-721-5322
Irene Diaz has 19 years of experience as an admininstrator in the area of school safety, with 27 total years of experience as a high school educator. She has recently become an ADE certified trainer in the Comprehensive Student Threat Assessment Guidelines (CSTAG). Other experience as a certified trainer include: FEMA Multi-Hazard Emergency Response Plannings for Schools course; Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports; and The Trust - School Due Process Hearings for Students. As a district administrator, she has been responsible for training school administrators to ensure students' due process rights are not violated at any point during the disciplinary process and training staff in behavior management systems. In addition, she has been responsible for training and obtaining training for staff in emergency response procedures, ensuring a multi-hazard approach in utilized.
[email protected] | 913-367-6233
Jeff is a 27-year veteran of law enforcement with a concentration over the past 15 years on threat assessment and management. Over the course of his career, he has been involved in many school threat assessments from which it is estimated that his team prevented as many as 25 school violence incidents, some involving planned shootings. Jeff is the current President of the Arizona Chapter of the Association of Threat Assessment Professionals (ATAP), therefore, he believes in a multi-disciplinary approach to threat management. Only together can we end violence.
[email protected] | 480-262-0148
Jennifer began working with at-risk and emotionally disabled students in 1986. She was a hearing officer for special education and 504 disputes for the State of Illinois for six years. She has worked as a district level administrator since 2003, overseeing and supporting a variety of district services throughout the years, including specialty instructional programs at the sites, discipline, prevention, crisis, emergency response, health services, special education, and policy development.
[email protected] | 480-730-7435
Dr. Ostrom earned her BS in Communications and BA in English from Arizona State University, and her Ph.D. in School Psychology from the University of Cincinnati. She works as the Social, Behavioral, and Health Coordinator in the Tempe Elementary School District where she supervises psychologists, supports health and mental health services, and provides professional development on topics such as threat assessment and suicide risk assessment. She is a licensed Psychologist, a Nationally Certified School Psychologist, and an Arizona Certified School Psychologist. In this role, she collaborated to implement interventions, conducted psychoeducational assessments with diverse populations, served on crisis teams, and led threat assessment teams. Dr. Ostrom is a Provisional Trainer in the SafeTALK and ASIST suicide prevention programs.
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Michelle Cabanillas, LMSW is currently the Director of School Safety and Social Wellness, and previously worked as the Lead Social Worker for the Roosevelt School District. In 1999, she graduated from the School of Social Work at Arizona State University with her Master of Social Work with a concentration in policy, administration, and community practice. Michelle has dedicated the last 20 years to the service of students and families in her role as a School Social Worker. Michelle has a wide range of experience in prevention, crisis management, and threat assessment teams.
Shannon Cronn is the Clinical Services Coordinator for Scottsdale Unified School District. Ms. Cronn has over 19 years of experience in education and specializes in systems level change, MTSS, and mental health. Ms. Cronn holds a BA in Special Education from Arizona State University, a Master's in Counseling - Human Relations from Northern Arizona University, and an Educational Specialist degree in School Psychology from Northern Arizona University.
[email protected] | 602-825-3810
Dr. Stacy Anderson works as a certified school psychologist for the Paradise Valley Unified School District. She has been a part-time faculty for Northern Arizona University, an adjunct faculty for Argosy University, and an adjunct assistant professor of practice for the University of Arizona. Dr. Anderson was employed with mental and behavioral health agencies as a case manager, master's level therapist, and a supervisor. She is experienced in constructing social skills and therapeutic groups for children and programs for the adult population. She has worked with local, state, and national agenices to pioneer violence, behavioral, and academic prevention programs. She is trained in crisis management, threat and suicide assessments, and trauma services. Dr. Anderson has presented workshops to universities, school districts, the Association of Psychology Postdoctoral and Internship Centers in Arizona, and the Arizona Association for School Psychologists.
[email protected] | 602-449-5008
Susan Izzarelli has worked for the Paradise Valley Unified School District for over 19 years where she has been a School Psychologist at the middle and high school levels. She currently serves as School Psychologist at North Canyon High School and as a district crisis response team leader. In addition, Susan is one of three School Psychologists trained to conduct district-level threat assessments, which involves guiding school-based teams through the threat assessment process, working one-on-one to complete assessments with students and supporting students and staff in implementation of recommendations following completion of a threat assessment.
[email protected] | 623-695-2045
Kaylee has worked for the Arizona School Risk Retention Trust (Trust) for seven years. She earned her MA in Emergency Management and Homeland Security for Arizona State University. She currently oversees the Trust Emergency Management Program.