Abigail Foley, M.Ed., PMP, manages and delivers research-based training and technical assistance (TA) across three Office of Special Education (OSEP) funded projects. She serves as the Deputy Director of the Lead for Literacy Center, as Center Coordinator for the National Center on Intensive Intervention and as a TA Facilitator for the CEEDAR Center. Across these projects, Foley manages and provides research-based TA to educators at the state, university, district, and school level to help them achieve improved outcomes for students with or at risk for learning disabilities. Foley has extensive experience delivering virtual and face-to-face professional development and coaching on literacy instruction, intervention, and assessment within a tiered framework. She also has experience developing training presentations/materials, infographics, briefs, and online videos, and is an experienced project manager. Her areas of expertise include literacy, special education, and MTSS. Previously, Foley worked as an elementary special education teacher in the District of Columbia. She earned her M.Ed. in Special Education from George Mason University.