Caleb Flack is a doctoral student in School Psychology at UW–Madison. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Carleton College. After graduating, Caleb served with AmeriCorps as a youth mentor at a public middle school. He later worked as a research assistant at DePaul University, where he contributed to a project that developed, implemented, and evaluated a culturally grounded coping with stress intervention. Caleb’s research interests are in preventive interventions designed to improve emotional, behavioral, and academic outcomes in youth. He is particularly interested in strengthening these interventions through collaborative family and teacher engagement.