Ms. Bronwyn Roberts serves as the Strategic Director for the Readiness and Emergency Management for Schools (REMS) Technical Assistance (TA) Center and the Project Director for the Title IV, Part A TA Center (T4PA Center). Overseeing both national centers on behalf of the U.S. Department of Education, she ensures seamless administration of services to client constituencies, including schools, school districts, institutions of higher education, state education agencies, community partners, and the larger education community.
Since 2004, Ms. Roberts has been working in the fields of education and public health policy facilitating training, product development, and systems improvement across a breadth of subject matter including emergency management for schools, health and mental health service provision, school safety and violence prevention (including threat assessment), alcohol and drug use prevention, well-rounded educational services, effective uses of technology, and the provision of mentoring, student assistance programs, and other trauma-informed and positive behavioral intervention strategies for populations ranging from birth to adult. She leads the development of a broad portfolio of technical assistance tools and resources, including virtual and live training programs, desktop and mobile applications, comprehensive websites, resource libraries, and written publications, facilitating the integration of subject matter expertise with practical application to best support practitioners in the field.
Breakout and Peer to Peer Session: Considerations for the Reopening of Schools During COVID-19