Youth with Disabilities, Educational Initiatives for Underserved Populations, Universal Mental Health Screening
Emily Graybill’s research interests include delivery of training and technical assistance to schools and community agencies related to individualized positive behavior support and evaluation of the implementation and sustainability of educational initiatives for underserved populations, including young people with disabilities. Her work focuses on supporting schools to build an infrastructure for universal mental health screening. Graybill is an internal program evaluator and a course director for the Georgia Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities Program at Georgia State. She is the associate director of the Center for Leadership in Disability in the School of Public Health.