Bri’Anna Collins is a doctoral student in the School Psychology program area. She received a BS in Psychology from Florida State University in Tallahassee, FL. She received a certificate in Statistical Analysis System and has experience researching anxiety and cognitive factors related to math performance. Her research interests include identifying the social, cognitive, and contextual factors related to positive outcomes for diverse student populations. Her current work involves intervention methods for students with behavioral and academic problems as well as family and school partnerships. She is also interested in the broader sociopolitical influence on educational outcomes for students across cultures.