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Human Development Graduate Group

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    Elizabeth Holliday Morgan


    Interests: Culture/Neighborhood/Society, Early Autism Intervention

    Life Phases: Early Childhood

    Research Profile


    Elizabeth Morgan is a doctoral student in Human Development at UC Davis. She also serves as a program coordinator for the UC Davis Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities at the MIND Institute. Her area of focus includes Early Childhood and Early Intervention Services with a specific interest in underrepresented populations. An educator by training, she holds a Masters in Education from Harvard Graduate School of Education and has supported Early Childhood practitioners in utilizing developmentally appropriate practice and inclusion strategies since 2004. She has also worked on several state level initiatives to support inclusion of preschool children with various disabilities. Elizabeth currently works as a graduate researcher at the MIND Institute on the Autism Intervention Research Network on Behavioral Health study and as the CA state lead for the Intervention team of the C-ESDM project. She is also a parent of a child with Autism and is an active board member for Warmline Family Resource Center in Sacramento, CA.