Welcome to KYCCBD!
On this site, you'll find information to support educators, administrators, and other professionals who support students with emotional and behavioral differences. We are a division of the Council for Exceptional Children's "Council for Children with Behavior Disorders" (CCBD).
Thank You, Superheroes, for a great KYCCBD 2022 Behavior Institute!!
"You MUST see yourself as the number-one determinant of the success or failure of your students."
- Principal Kafele, Keynote Speaker at
KYCCBD Summer Behavior Institute 2022
President - Mandy Carter
(Low Incidence Consultant, KEDC)
Vice President -
Immediate Past President - Tracey Francis
(Director of Special Education, Woodford Co. Schools)
Secretary - Debbie Walker
(Literacy & New Teacher Consultant, KEDC)
Treasurer - Patricia Whitney
Membership - Julia Linscott
(Consultant/Positive Behavior Support Specialist)
Partnership Representative - Lori Dehart
Partnership Representative - Dr. Vestena Robbins
(Executive Advisor, KY Department for Behavioral Health)
Publications & Communication - Dr. Traci Sharpe
(Executive Strategic Advisor, KY Department of Education)
Legislative Liaison - Dr. Laura Clarke
(Professional Learning Coach, NKCES)
Behavior Institute Chair - Dr. Laura McCullough
(Training Specialist, CTAC)
Member at Large - Meghan Martin
(MTSS Technical Assistance Consultant, U of L Center for Instructional and Behavioral Research in Schools)
Member at Large - Amy Stults
(Preschool Administrator, Fayette Co. Public Schools)
2022 MEETING DATES
NOTE: Most Meetings will be held via Zoom.
Executive Meetings are from 10 am - noon ET and General Membership meetings are from 1 pm - 2 pm ET.
For a meeting invite, please email email@example.com
Saturday, August 20
Saturday, September 17
Saturday, October 15
Saturday, November 19
Saturday, December 17
KYCCBD welcomes new members! To learn more, send us an email and let us know how you'd like to get involved!
Why become a member of KYCCBD?
"CCBD membership provides first rate support and networking opportunities that always results in high quality practices for all students, especially for those with the most significant behavioral needs."