Linda Dusenbury

Linda Dusenbury is a nationally recognized expert with 25 years of experience planning, supporting, and evaluating evidence-based strategies designed to create a safe and nurturing world for children and adolescents. She previously served on the faculty of Weill Medical College, and is now a senior research scientist to the Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning. Linda has published more than 70 professional articles and chapters and has co-edited two books in the Vermont Conference on the Primary Prevention of Psychopathology series. She is a dedicated advocate for social and emotional learning, prevention, and education whose research has focused on the identification and dissemination of effective strategies to promote social and emotional development and prevent adolescent problem behaviors.