Katie Lohmiller, DrPH is a public health professional and cofounder of Educational Access Group. She received her bachelor’s degree in Biology with a minor in Spanish from Wellesley College in Boston, MA and her master’s (MPH) and doctor of public health (DrPH) degrees from the Colorado School of Public Health. She is a trainer in both the Neurosequential Model in Education and Neurosequential Model in Sport. Her areas of interest are community and behavioral health and evaluation with a focus on adverse childhood experiences, trauma-informed approaches, youth development and training and professional development for educators. She has served as a youth, high school and collegiate lacrosse coach for the past 12 years and has coached as a volunteer for both local high schools and youth programs.
The S.I.T.E. Framework: A Novel Approach for Sustainably Integrating Trauma‐Informed Approaches in Schools
Lohmiller, K., Gruber, H., Harpin, S. et al. The S.I.T.E. Framework: A Novel Approach for Sustainably Integrating Trauma-Informed Approaches in Schools. Journal of Child & Adolescent Trauma (2022).
Characterization of Colorado residents and radon reduction behaviors through latent class analysis and path models
Vaughn, A., Lohmiller, K., James, K. et al. Characterization of Colorado residents and radon reduction behaviors through latent class analysis and path models, Journal of Environmental Radioactivity, Volume 250, September 2022
The Potential of Service Learning in Rural Schools: The Case of the Working Together Project
Ingman, B., Lohmiller, K., Cutforth, N., & Belansky, E. (2022). The Potential of Service Learning in Rural Schools: The Case of the Working Together Project. The Rural Educator, 43(2), 1-15. DOI: https://doi.org/10.55533/2643-9662.1326
Community-Engaged Curriculum Development: Working with Middle School Students, Teachers, Principals, and Stakeholders for Healthier Schools
Ingman, B. C., Lohmiller, K., Cutforth, N., Borley, L., & Belansky, E. S. (2017). Community-engaged curriculum development: Working with middle school students, teachers, principals, and stakeholders for healthier schools. Curriculum and Teaching Dialogue.