Vice Chair of Membership & Communication
Dr. Kristin N. Johnson graduated from Nicholls State University with her specialists degree and the University of Southern Mississippi with her doctoral degree in school psychology. She completed her pre-doctoral internship at Munroe-Meyer Institute in Omaha, NE. She has worked with adults and children who have Autism and/or Intellectual Disabilities for over 20 years. She has consulted for legal firms, state departments of education, families, and school districts on ethical and legal issues related to special education. She was an assistant professor at Mississippi State University and Eastern Illinois. She is assistant professor at Arkansas State University. She has published in implementation science, and behavioral/academic interventions. She currently sits on ACCESS services university board at Arkansas State University. Her current research is in mentoring, person centered planning, and ethical practices in research. She is the co-director of the HOWL Service Center and the director of the HOWL Transition Program.