Faculty and Staff

Debbi Nicolosi is currently the Program Manager and the South-Southwest Regional Facilitator for the Technical Assistance and Training System (TATS), a discretionary project through the Florida Department of Education.  Debbi supports programs that serve children with disabilities and their early childhood partners.  She earned her undergraduate degree in Psychology at USF, a graduate degree in Curriculum and Instruction with a focus on Early Childhood at FGCU and has completed post graduate courses in Early Childhood Special Education at UCF.  Her background includes early childhood education and early intervention as an infant toddler developmental specialist, service coordinator, and leadership.  Debbi’s dedication are in the areas of Early Childhood educational training, facilitating, and collaboration to support improvement in child outcomes and quality of life for children and families.

Credentials
  • ITDS, Infant Toddler Developmental Specialist
  • MEd, Master of Education, Curriculum & Instruction, Florida Gulf Coast University
  • BA, Bachelor of Arts, Psychology, University of South Florida

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