Kortni Dubose is a fourth-year doctoral student in the School Psychology program in the Department of Educational Psychology. Previously, she received a B.A. in Psychology at the University of Kentucky. Kortni’s broad research interests are in the area of school-based mental health. Her research interests include the development and implementation of Tier 2 school-based interventions for students with internalizing symptoms. Additionally, she is interested in cultural adaptations for school-based interventions. Kortni is currently assisting with the Resilience Education Program project, an integrated Tier 2 intervention for students with internalizing concerns with Dr. Katie Eklund, Dr. Stephen Kilgus, and Dr. Andy Garbacz. Also, she is involved with the School Mental Health Collaborative (SMHC) at UW-Madison. This year, Kortni will gain clinical experience working alongside a neuropsychologist in a pricate practice setting. She is from the Chicago suburbs, and loves to spend her free time exercising, reading, and spending time with family and friends.