NSDTA with APHSA

September 17 - 20, 2017
Hyatt Regency | Savannah, GA
Unlocking Performance:
Building on the Past. Growing in the Present. Innovating in the Future.

Andrea Bowersox, Curriculum and Instructional Specialist
University of Pittsburgh, School of Social Work, Pennsylvania Child Welfare Resource Center
 
Elizabeth L. Neail is the supervisor for the Curriculum & Trainer Development department at the University of Pittsburgh, School of Social Work, Pennsylvania Child Welfare Resource Center (CWRC). Elizabeth supervises a staff of six instructional designers who create online, in-class, and hybrid modules for child welfare professional across the state of Pennsylvania. Elizabeth has over 15 years of experience in education, working with youth, and instructional design. Prior to joining the CWRC, Elizabeth taught middle and high school in Pennsylvania and Nevada, as well as spent 3 years developing and managing a 5-county respite program. Elizabeth holds Bachelor of Arts degrees from the University of Pittsburgh and Shippensburg University and a Master's degree from Penn State University.