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Team Members and Partners

Current Team Members

Jessica Trolio

Jessica Troilo is the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs (College of Education and Human Services) and an Associate Professor (Department of Counseling and Learning Sciences) at West Virginia University in Morgantown, WV. Currently, she and her colleagues are working to provide teachers with resources to navigate the opioid crisis.

Frankie Tack
Frankie Tack is a Clinical Assistant Professor and Coordinator of the Addiction Studies Minor at West Virginia University. Frankie is a certified advanced addiction counselor and a certified clinical addiction supervisor. Her areas of special interest include tobacco cessation and families affected by addiction.
Lauren Prinzo

Lauren Prinzo is an Assistant Professor and Extension Specialist in Community and Economic Development with WVU Extension Service. Lauren works to create, implement, and evaluate statewide initiatives that build the capacity of people and organizations across the state. Her areas of interest include community engagement, community health, and innovation and entrepreneurship.

Megan Mikesell

Megan Mikesell is the Program Coordinator for Project TRAIN and a doctoral candidate in the Human Development and Family Studies program at West Virginia University. She is interested in understanding people’s attitudes about chronic illness and is currently working on a project focused on preschool teachers’ attitudes about addiction.

Catherine Williams
Catherine Williams is a Graduate Assistant for Project TRAIN and a doctoral candidate in the Psychology (Behavior Analysis) program at West Virginia University. She is interested in designing effective teaching procedures and developing instruction for teachers on how to provide individualized academic support for students in larger classroom settings.
Former Team Members
Sarah Anderson

Sara Anderson is currently a Senior Research Scientist at Child Trend.

Sloane Glover

Sloane Glover Strauss is a graduate of the Child Development and Family Studies program.

Miles Payne

Miles Payne is a graduate of the Child Development and Family Studies program.

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