As the Co-Director for CCSI's Center of Excellence for Equity-Focused Trauma-Responsive Practice, Elizabeth Meeker, PsyD, leads a team of talented professionals who provide training, coaching, consultation and practical tools to make equity-focused, trauma-responsive practices a living, breathing part of systems, organizations and daily work.  She is a seasoned consultant working with a broad range of organizations to implement and integrate practice change initiatives to improve outcomes and sustain change. Dr. Meeker leads the Trauma-Informed Network and Resource Center (TINRC), a statewide network established in 2016, which advances the collective understanding of trauma, spreads the use of trauma-informed principles, and increases the availability of trauma-informed services. Dr. Meeker also serves on the CCSI Talent and Culture Team, charged with developing strategies, resources, and professional development for all CCSI employees in the areas of talent management and learning; organizational wellness and trauma informed practices; corporate compliance and business ethics; diversity, equity, inclusion and anti-racist practices.  In addition, she is an Adjunct Faculty for the Rochester Institute of Technology's Clinical Psychology Doctoral Internship program and a Qualified Teacher of Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction with a particular focus on enhancing staff wellness.  She is a licensed clinical psychologist and has a private clinical practice specializing in children, adolescents and young adults.  Dr. Meeker completed her pre-doctoral training at Hutchings Psychiatric Center in Syracuse, NY and received her PsyD in Clinical Psychology from Indiana State University, a MS in Psychology from Indiana State University, and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Wellesley College.