Armeda Stevenson Wojciak is an Assistant Professor in Couple and Family Therapy in the College of Education. She uses a strengths based and community engaged process in all of her work. Her research focuses on improving outcomes for children and families with adverse childhood experiences across two systems: child welfare and education. She has been working with school personnel to develop, pilot, and evaluate a trauma informed and resilience building curriculum for school-wide implementation in elementary schools called, We Can! Building Relationships and Resilience. She is also actively involved in understanding home visiting services and parenting support provided to at-risk families, and identifying nuances between those services and needs in rural and urban settings.