Current MASP Leadership

MASP Leadership

Elected Officers

7/1/2021 to 7/1/2022

President – Allison Brown
President-Elect – Anisa Goforth
Past-President – Braydon Schilling
Secretary – Kirsten Gyapay
Treasurer – Katie Canepa
Treasurer-Elect – Vacancy

MASP Committee Chairs

Information Services
Katie Canepa
Anisa Goforth, Newsletter Editor
Maria Ruiz, Merchandise Coordinator

Professional Development
Brittany Lewno & Morgan Benge – Summer Institute
Jessica Carranza – Fall Conference

Crisis Response
Shawna Rader Kelly, Co-Chair
Andy Mogan, Co-Chair

Membership Involvement
Braydon Schilling, Co-Chair
Juliana Robinson, Co-Chair

Ethics Committee
Brittany Lewno

Advocacy, Government, & Public Relations
Jackie Johnson-Wirth, Co-Chair
Rhonda Remsen, Co-Chair
Kinzie Tilleman
Bekah Blood

Credentialing & Profession Standards
Shawna Radar Kelly, Co-Chair
Andy Mogan, Co-Chair
The task of the Credentialing & Professional Standards Committee is to support verification of qualifications and experience of psychologists applying for Licensure in the State of Montana. We are implementing a procedure that includes peer review and the requirement of a professionally supervised experience plan at the Class 5 level. Successful applicants will then be eligible to apply formally to the Office of Public Instruction for either a Class 5 or Class 6 License. A training course for School Psychologist Supervisors involved in local supervision of Class 5 applicants was developed in the Fall of 2009.

Liaisons

NASP Delegate – Andy Mogan
CSPD Council Vacancy
Mental Health – Jackie Johnson-Wirth
MCASE – Juliana Robinson
Montana Safe Schools Center – Jessica Carranza
U of M School Psychology Training Program – Greg Machek
U of M School Psychology Program Student Representative – Amy Violante

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