Emily Graybill is the associate director of the Center for Leadership in Disability at the School of Public Health at Georgia State University. Her specific interests include delivery of training and technical assistance to schools and community agencies related to individualized positive behavior support, evaluating the implementation and sustainability of educational initiatives for underserved populations, including youth with disabilities. Dr. Graybill’s recent work focuses on supporting schools to build an infrastructure for universal mental health screening.
Dr. Graybill serves as an internal program evaluator and a course director for the Mark Chaffin Center for Healthy Development-funded Georgia Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities Program (GaLEND) at Georgia State. Dr. Graybill leads the GaLEND activities related to universal design for learning.
University courses taught include Public Health Qualitative Research and Public Health Evaluation Research.