Christina M. Kasprzak

Christina M. Kasprzak
Advanced Technical Assistance Specialist
919.962.2783
Sheryl-Mar North, Room 209
Campus Box 8040
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-8040

Christina Kasprzak, MA, is Director of the Trohanis Technical Assistance (TA) Projects at the FPG-CDI at UNC-CH. Under Christina’s leadership, the Trohanis TA Projects assist state and local early intervention and early childhood special education (EI/ECSE) agencies to develop and manage effective and efficient systems and implement evidence-informed practices in order to improve services and outcomes for infants, toddlers, and preschoolers and their families. For more than 45 years, the projects of Pascal “Pat” Trohanis have provided TA following evidence-informed principles of TA.

Christina currently serves as Director of the Early Childhood TA (ECTA) Center, is on the leadership team for the Center for Early Childhood IDEA Data Systems (DaSy), and is on the Internal Advisory Team and leads the subcontract at FPG for the IDEA Data Center (IDC). Christina specializes in program evaluation and has worked for ten years to support the measurement of child and family outcomes in EI/ECSE. She recently led the development of the ECTA System Framework for Early Intervention and Preschool Special Education, designed to guide state EI/ECSE leaders in evaluating their current systems, identifying potential areas for improvement, and developing more effective, efficient systems that support implementation of evidence-based practices.

Christina provides TA internationally as well as in the U.S. She co-authored the book The New Voices ~ Nuevas Voces and she is currently a reviewer for Infants & Young Children.

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