Alison Clark is a nationally certified school psychologist currently working in threat assessment and crisis response in one of the largest urban public school districts. She has demonstrated her commitment to improving student well-being and school safety through co-founding the evidence-based program Healthy Minds, Safe Schools, integrating violence prevention and enhanced behavioral health services for school-aged children. Her work focuses on organizational psychology within school systems and the effective implementation of multi-tiered systems of support, which are vital components for creating successful and sustainable positive changes in school settings. Other areas of expertise include educator training and staff development, teacher coaching, classroom management, PBIS, MTSS, threat assessment, crisis response, school-based mental health services, and family engagement. Alison’s contributions to school psychology are evident through her co-authorship of two groundbreaking textbooks. She is an adjunct professor at Nevada State University, writing the curriculum and teaching the pioneering course, Introduction to Multi-Tiered Systems of Support. One of Alison’s greatest honors is being the recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award presented by the Nevada Association of School Psychologists.