Faculty and Staff

Amanda Tamagni is the West Central Regional Facilitator with the TATS (Technical Assistance and Training System), a discretionary project through the department of education. She supports programs that serve children with disabilities and their early childhood partners. She earned her Doctorate in Educational Leadership in 2019 and has over twenty years of experience in teaching pre-k exceptional student education. Her background includes 14 years as a classroom teacher, 6 years at the district level supporting, coaching, and training Prek Exceptional Student Education teachers. She serves as an adjunct in the Exceptional Education Department at the University of South Florida. She earned a graduate certificate in positive behavior support and is an experienced, credentialed trainer in several approaches supporting social emotional development.

  • EdD, Doctor of Education, Walden University
  • MSSW, Master of Science in Social Work, University of Louisville
  • BA, Bachelor of Arts, Psychology, University of Louisville
  • Graduate Certificate, Positive Behavior Support, University of South Florida
  • NAEYC Member

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