Robert V. Mayo, Ph.D., NCC provides training, technical assistance and coaching to states and districts around the country. His primary areas of focus include developing and implementing strategic partnerships comprised of institutions of higher education, regional intermediary support organizations, SEAs, LEAs, community-based agencies, and the communities they serve. Dr. Mayo’s current roles include serving as a co-lead training and technical assistance coach for the Children Exposed to Violence Training and Technical Assistance Center (CEVTTAC); and co-lead training and technical assistance coach for the Violence Prevention TA Center (VPTAC). He is also a Technical Assistance Specialist for the U.S. Department of Education’s National Center on Safe Supportive Learning Environments. Previously he served as the Project Director for the Fairfax County Public Schools’ Discipline Policy and Data Evaluation, Cleveland Humanware/SEL, Cleveland Discipline Policy and Data Analysis, and National Clearinghouse on Supportive School Discipline projects. In these capacities, he led external evaluations of climate and culture trends, vetted, developed and disseminated resources, and provided targeted technical assistance and coaching and inclusive of improving academic, social, emotional, mental, and behavioral systemic support structures.