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1 Wendy Zeitlin, MSW, PhD Education 2008 to 2012 PhD in Social Welfare Yeshiva University/Wurzweiler School of Social Work, New York, New York 2005 to 2008 Master of Social Work Yeshiva University/Wurzweiler School of Social Work, New York, New York 1984 to 1988 Bachelor of Science in Finance University of Maryland at College Park, College Park, Maryland Licensure 2008 to present Licensed Master Social Worker, New York State 2009 to present Licensed Social Worker, New Jersey Ongoing Professional Experience Montclair State University/Robert McCormick Center for Child Advocacy and Policy, Montclair, New Jersey Assistant Professor Plan and teach baccalaureate and Master s level courses in research methods, current issues in child advocacy, and child abuse and neglect child welfare and cultural competence Engage in service to the university through active participation in college activities: Search committee member for Director ( present), curriculum development for MSW program (2016 present), co-chair of CHSS R User Community (2016-present) Social Work Community Services Provide consulting services to clients in the areas of cultural competence and program evaluation including NY State Office of Mental Health and UJA Federation of New York Review applications for the US Substance Abuse and Mental Health Service s Administration s National Registry of Evidence-Based Programs and Practices September 2016 to present August 2010 to present Previous Professional Experience Yeshiva University/Wurzweiler School of Social Work, New York, New York Assistant Professor Plan and teach Master s and doctoral level courses in research, statistics, child welfare and cultural competence Classes taught in person and via distance learning Engage in service to the university through active participation in committees: Chair of CSWE Reaccreditation Committee, Member Online Education Committee Serve as adviser to doctoral students Participate in writing federal and foundation grants identify funding opportunities, write and submit grants May 2008 to 2016 September 2013 to

2 Previous Professional Experience (continued) Adjunct Instructor Plan and teach Master s level courses in Practice Evaluation, Applied Research, and Child and Family Welfare Classes taught in-person and via distance learning Project Director Coordinate all aspects of multi-site research study focusing on loss to follow-up in newborn hearing screenings, funded by New York Community Trust Responsibilities include managing applications and requirements of multiple IRBs, training and supervising research assistants, aid in development of survey instrument, collecting and managing data College of New Rochelle, New Rochelle, New York Adjunct Instructor Plan and teach undergraduate course in research methods for students majoring in social sciences Nathan Kline Institute Center of Excellence in Culturally Competent Mental Health, Orangeburg, New York Technical Specialist Collaborated with multidisciplinary team to develop, write and disseminate original materials on adapting social services for culturally diverse client populations Provided technical assistance to social service agencies with the goal of increasing cultural competence Designed, developed and implemented original research related to cultural competence in social services Disseminated knowledge through presentations and publications at agencies and conferences The Research Foundation of SUNY, Albany, New York Social Work Education Consortium Evaluator Assist with design, development and execution of research project in conjunction with the National Child Welfare Workforce funded by US Children s Bureau Participate in various aspects of research including instrument development, literature review, data analysis, writing, and dissemination of findings Collaborate with team members from multiple organizations Private Practice, New York, New York Counseled and provided resource referral to clients Areas of practice include ADHD, learning disabilities, mood disorders, parenting May 2008 to May 2013 January 2012 to June 2014 January 2012 to May 2012 June 2008 to January 2012 August 2007 to 2015 September 2008 to June

3 Publications peer reviewed journal articles Zeitlin, W., Auerbach, C., Mason, S., Spivak, L. & Reiter, B. (in press). Factors related to not following up with recommended testing In the diagnosis of newborn hearing loss. Health and Social Work. Zeitlin, W., Samuels, J. & Altschul, D. (2016). Assessing the utility of a Toolkit for Modifying Evidence-Based Practice to Increase Cultural Competence: A collective case study. Human Service Organizations: Management, Leadership & Governance, 40(4), Lawrence, C., Claiborne, N., Zeitlin, W. & Auerbach, C. (2016). Finish what you start: A study of Design Team change initiatives impact on agency climate. Children and Youth Services Review, 63, Auerbach, C., Zeitlin, W., Augsberger, A., Lawrence, C.K. & Claiborne, N. (2016). Societal factors impacting child welfare: Re-validating the Perceptions of Child Welfare Scale. Children and Youth Services Review, 62, Zeitlin, W., Claiborne, N., Lawrence, C. & Auerbach, C. (2016). Validating the Psychological Climate Scale in voluntary child welfare. Research on Social Work Practice, 26(2), Auerbach, C., Zeitlin, W., Augsberger, A., Claiborne, N., Lawrence, C., & McGowan, B. (2016). Societal factors impacting child welfare: Validating the Perceptions of Child Welfare Scale. Research on Social Work Practice, 62, Lawrence, C., Zeitlin, W., Auerbach, C. & Claiborne, N. (2015). Climate change in private child welfare organizations. Human Service Organizations: Management, Leadership & Governance, 39(4), Claiborne, N., Auerbach, C., Zeitlin, W. & Lawrence, C. (2015). Climate factors related to intention to leave in administrators and clinical professionals. Children and Youth Services Review, 15, Mason, S., Auerbach, C., Zeitlin, W. & Heft-LaPorte, H. (2015). Validation of the T-SAT-R-2: A Reaction to Training Scale for Use in Child Welfare and Human Service Trainings. Journal of Social Service Research, 41(1), Claiborne, N., Auerbach, C., Zeitlin, W. & Lawrence, C. (2015). Organizational climate factors of successful and not successful implementations of workforce innovations in voluntary child welfare agencies. Human Service Organizations: Management, Leadership & Governance, 39(1), Zeitlin, W. (2014). Validating a measure of organizational cultural competence in voluntary child welfare. Research on Social Work Practice, 24(6), Zeitlin, W., Augsberger, A., Auerbach, C., & McGowan, B. (2014). A mixed-methods study of the impact of organizational culture on workforce retention in child welfare. Children and Youth Services Review, 38, Zeitlin, W. (2014). Factors impacting perceptions of organizational cultural competence in voluntary child welfare. Children and Youth Services Review, 44, 1-8. Auerbach, C., Zeitlin Schudrich, W., Lawrence, C., Claiborne, N. & McGowan, B.G. (2014). Predicting turnover: Validating the Intent to Leave Child Welfare Scale. Research on Social Work Practice, 24(3), Claiborne, N., Lawrence, C., Auerbach, C. & Zeitlin Schudrich, W. (2013). Organizational change: The role of climate and job satisfaction in child welfare workers' perception of readiness for change. Children and Youth Services Review, 35(12), Schudrich, W., Liao, A., Lawrence, C., Auerbach, C., Gomes, A., Fernandes, G., McGowan, B. & Claiborne, N. (2013). Intention to leave in social workers and educators employed in voluntary child welfare agencies. Children and Youth Services Review, 35(4), Auerbach, C. & Zeitlin Schudrich, W. (2013). SSD for R: A comprehensive statistical package to analyze singlesystem data. Research on Social Work Practice, 23(3), Auerbach, C., Mason, S., Schudrich, W., Spivak, L. & Sokol, H. (2013). Public health, prevention, and social work: The case of infant hearing loss. Families in Society, 94(3), Schudrich, W. (2012). Implementing a modified version of Parent Management Training (PMT) with an intellectually disabled client in a special education setting. Journal of Evidence-Based Social Work, 9(5),

4 Publications peer reviewed journal articles (continued) Schudrich, W., Gross, D. & Rowshandel, J. (2012). Lupus and community-based social work. Health & Social Work, Augsberger, A., Schudrich, W., Auerbach, C. & McGowan, B. (2012). Respect in the workplace: A mixed methods study of retention and turnover in the voluntary child welfare sector. Children and Youth Services Review, 34, Schudrich, W., Auerbach, C., Liu, J., Fernandes, G., McGowan, B. & Claiborne, N. (2012). Factors impacting intention to leave in social workers and child care workers employed at voluntary agencies. Children and Youth Services Review, 34(1), McGowan, B., Auerbach, C., Conroy, K., Augsberger, A. & Schudrich, W. (2010). Workforce retention issues in voluntary child welfare. Child Welfare, 89(6), Auerbach, C., McGowan, B.G. Strolin-Goltzman, J., Augsberger, A. & Schudrich, W. (2010). Differential factors influencing public and voluntary child welfare workers intention to leave. Children and Youth Services Review, 32(10), McGowan, B.G., Auerbach, C., Conroy, K., Augsberger, A., Grilli, S. & Schudrich, W. (2008). Study of Workforce Retention Issues in Preventive Service Programs. Report presented to The New York City Administration for Children s Services, New York, New York. Publications books, software, videos and other articles Auerbach, C. & Zeitlin, W. (2015). Making your case: Using R for program evaluation. New York: Oxford University Press. Zeitlin, W. & Auerbach, C. (March 28, 2015). Collecting and evaluating data on social programs [OUPBlog: Oxford University Press s Academic Insights for the Thinking World]. Retrieved from Auerbach, C. & Zeitlin, W. (2014). SSD for R: An R package of analyzing single-subject data. New York: Oxford University Press. Samuels, J. & Schudrich, W. (2013). Toolkit for modifying evidence-based practices to increase cultural competence. Albany, NY: New York State Office of Mental Health. Webinar retrieved from: Auerbach, C. & Zeitlin Schudrich, W. (2013). SSD for R. New York: Yeshiva University. Software archived on The Comprehensive R Archive Network. Schudrich, W., Gross, D. & Rowshandel, J. (2013). Lupus and community-based social work. In N. Beckerman and C. Auerbach (Eds.) Psychosocial impact of lupus: The role and function of social work. Oxfordshire, England: Taylor & Francis Books. Schudrich, W., Samuels, J. & Altschul, D. (2012). Modifying evidence-based practice to increase cultural competence. San Diego, CA: Essential Learning. Schudrich, W. (2010). Toolkit for modifying evidence-based practice to increase cultural competence: Checklist and workbook. Orangeburg, NY: Research Foundation for Mental Hygiene, Inc. Samuels, J., Schudrich, W., & Altschul, D. (2009). Toolkit for modifying evidence-based practice to increase cultural competence. Orangeburg, NY: Research Foundation for Mental Health, Inc. Selected Presentations Zeitlin, W. & Perron, B. (2017). Cutting edge analytical tools: Why should I use R and how do I get started? Symposium presented at the 21 st Annual Conference of the Society for Social Work and Research, New Orleans, LA. Zeitlin, W., Auerbach, C. & Mason, S. Claiborne, N., Zeitlin, W. & Auerbach, C. (2017). Factors related to not following up with recommended screening in the diagnosis of newborn hearing loss. Poster presented at the 21 st Annual Conference of the Society for Social Work and Research, New Orleans, LA. 4

5 Selected Presentations (continued) Zeitlin, W. (2017). Why should I use R? Top 10 reasons for learning something new. Paper presented at the 21 st Annual Conference of the Society for Social Work and Research, New Orleans, LA. Zeitlin, W., Auerbach, C., Cuellar, M. & Orme, J. (2016). Analyzing categorical and continuous limited dependent variable with R. Workshop presented at the 20 th Annual Conference of the Society for Social Work and Research, Washington, DC. Lawrence, C.K., Claiborne, N., Zeitlin, W. & Auerbach, C. (2016). Improving organizational climate with Design Team interventions. Paper presented at the 20 th Annual Conference of the Society for Social Work and Research, Washington, DC. Zeitlin, W., Auerbach, C. & Mason, S. (2016). Psychosocial factors associated with loss to follow-up in the diagnosis of hearing loss in newborns. Poster presented at the 20 th Annual Conference of the Society for Social Work and Research, Washington, DC.Auerbach, C., Zeitlin, W. & Mason, S. (2015). Clinical datamining using free software: The Clinical Record. Workshop presented at the Annual Program Meeting of the Council on Social Work Education, Denver, CO. Auerbach, C., Spivak, L., Zeitlin, W. & Mason, S. (2015). The relationship between access to health care and race in loss to follow-up after newborn hearing screenings. Poster presented at the 2015 National Conference on Health Statistics, North Bethesda, Maryland. Gomes, A., Zeitlin, W., Auerbach, C., Claiborne, N., Lawrence, C. & McGowan, B. (2015). Examining organizational climate in voluntary child welfare: Examining the psychometric properties of the Parker Psychological Climate Survey. Poster presented at the 19 th Annual Conference of the Society for Social Work and Research, New Orleans, LA. Lawrence, C., Claiborne, N., Auerbach, C., Zeitlin, W., & McGowan, B. (2015). Organizational interventions in private child welfare agencies: Change from the inside out. Paper presented at the 19 th Annual Conference of the Society for Social Work and Research, New Orleans, LA. Auerbach, C., Zeitlin, W. & Mason, S. (2015). Using SSD for R to calculate effect sizes in single-subject research. Workshop presented at the 19 th Annual Conference of the Society for Social Work and Research, New Orleans, LA. Auerbach, C., Zeitlin, W. & Mason, S. (2014). Using R to build research skills and research capacity in Master s-level students. Workshop presented at the 60 th Annual Program Meeting of the Council on Social Work Education, Tampa, FL.Auerbach, C., Zeitlin, W. & Mason, S. (2014). Validating a measure of organizational climate in voluntary child welfare. Poster presented at the 60 th Annual Program Meeting of the Council on Social Work Education, Tampa, FL. Zeitlin, W., Auerbach, C. & Mason, S. (2014). A course to develop cultural competency skills in Master s-level students. Paper presented at the 60 th Annual Program Meeting of the Council on Social Work Education, Tampa, FL. Auerbach, C., Zeitlin, W., & Mason, S. (2014). SSD for R: A comprehensive statistical package to analyze single-subject research data. Workshop presented at the 18 th Annual Conference of the Society for Social Work and Research, San Antonio, TX. Auerbach, C., Zeitlin, W., Augsberger, A., McGowan, B., Claiborne, N. & Lawrence, C. (2014). Validating the Perceptions of Child Welfare Workforce Scale. Poster presented at the 18 th Annual Conference of the Society for Social Work and Research, San Antonio, TX. Mason, S., Zeitlin, W., Auerbach, C. & Erdman, A. (2014). Prevention and social work: The case of newborn hearing loss. Poster presented at the 18 th Annual Conference of the Society for Social Work and Research, San Antonio, TX. Auerbach, C., Zeitlin Schudrich, W. & Mason, S. (2013). SSD for R: Software for evaluating single-subject data. Paper presented at the 59 th Annual Program Meeting of the Council on Social Work Education, Dallas, TX. 5

6 Selected Presentations (continued) Zeitlin Schudrich, W. & Auerbach, C. (2013). Factors Affecting Organizational Cultural Competence in Child Welfare: Implications for Professional Education. Paper presented at the 59 th Annual Program Meeting of the Council on Social Work Education, Dallas, TX. Auerbach, C. & Zeitlin Schudrich, W. (2013). SSD for R: Software for evaluating single-subject data. Paper presented at the 27 th Annual Conference of the American Evaluation Association, Washington, DC. Auerbach, C., Schudrich, W., Lawrence, K. & Claiborne, N. (2013). How well does an intent to leave proxy predict child welfare workers actual turnover? Poster presented at the 17 th Annual Conference of the Society for Social Work and Research, San Diego, California. Claiborne, N., Auerbach, C., Lawrence, K. & Schudrich, W. (2013). Organizational change: Climate factors that predict readiness for change. Paper presented at the 17 th Annual Conference of the Society for Social Work and Research, San Diego, California. Augsberger, A. & Schudrich, W. (2012). A mixed-methods study of perceived respect in the child welfare workforce. Paper presented at the 58 th Annual Program Meeting of the Council on Social Work Education, Washington, DC. Schudrich, W. (2012). How do we really work with clients: Redefining the helping process. Poster presented at the 16 th Annual Conference of the Society of Social Work and Research, Washington, DC Schudrich, W. & Altschul, D. (2011). Modifying evidence-based practices to increase cultural competence. Paper presented at the 24 th Annual University of South Florida Children and Family Mental Health Services Research and Policy Conference, Tampa, Florida. Auerbach, C., Schudrich, W., & McGowan, B. (2011). Differential factors influencing public and private child welfare workers' intention to leave. Poster presented at the 24 th Annual University of South Florida Children and Family Mental Health Services Research and Policy Conference, Tampa, Florida. Samuels, J., Schudrich, W. & Lawinski, T. (2011). Barriers to engaging or retaining children in mental health services. Poster presented at the 24 th Annual University of South Florida Children and Family Mental Health Services Research and Policy Conference, Tampa, Florida. Schudrich, W., Augsberger, A., Strolin-Goltzman, J.S., McGowan, B.G., & Auerbach, C. (2011). Differential factors influencing public and private child welfare workers' intention to leave. Poster presented at the Society for Social Work and Research 15 th Annual Conference, Tampa, Florida. Samuels, J., Altschul, D., Schudrich, W. & Tenorio, E. (2010). Modifying evidence-based practices to increase cultural and linguistic competence. Institutes presented at Georgetown Training Institutes: New Horizons for Systems of Care, Washington, DC. Samuels, J., Schudrich, W. & Altschul, D. (2010). A methodology to modify evidence-based practices to increase cultural competence. Workshop presented at the Center for Mental Health Services National GAINS Center Conference, Orlando, Florida. Schudrich, W. (2010). Implementing a modified version of Parent Management Training (PMT) with a developmentally delayed client in a special education setting. Poster presented at the Society for Social Work and Research 14 th Annual Conference, San Francisco, California. 6

7 Grant Awards 2014 Health Resources and Services Administration Title: Behavioral Health Workforce Education and Training Grant Role: Evaluator and Grant Writer Description: 3 year award to educate and train social work professionals to work with at-risk adolescents and transition age youth Award amount: $1.4 million 2012 New York Foundling/Vincent J. Fontana Center for Child Protection Dissertation support grantee Awards 2011 New York Academy of Medicine Outstanding Doctoral Student 2008 Yeshiva University/Wurzweiler School of Social Work Faculty Award for Outstanding Academic Achievement Faculty Award for Outstanding Research Other Professional Activities 2015 to present Reviewer for SAMHSA s National Registry of Evidence-Based Programs and Practices (NREPP) 2013 to present American Evaluation Association, Member 2012 to 2014 College of New Rochelle, Advisory Board Member 2009 to present Reviewer for the following journals: Children & Youth Services Review Child & Youth Services Families in Society Journal of Mental Health, Religion, and Culture Perspectives on Social Work 2011 to present Council on Social Work Education, Member 2011 to present New York Academy of Medicine, Member 2009 to present National Association of Social Workers New Jersey Chapter, member and continuing education provider 2009 to present Society for Social Work and Research, Member 7

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