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Patrick G. Aaby

Policy Advisor To the Executive Director

Committee for Children

HQ Phone:  (206) 343-1223

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Committee for Children

2815 2ND AVE

Seattle, Washington,98121

United States

Company Description

Founded in 1978, Committee for Children is a global nonprofit dedicated to fostering the safety and well-being of children through social-emotional learning and development. CFC is the world's largest provider of research-based educational programs that promot...more

Background Information

Employment History

Policy Advisor To Doctor Dennis Embry, President of Paxis

PAXIS Institute


Affiliations

Washington State PTA

Board Member


Education

Ph.D.


Web References(33 Total References)


NASP - Advocacy News - May 2011 - Senate Briefing

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Pat Aaby, Ed.D. Policy Advisor, Committee for Children, Seattle, Washington


Membership Directory Detail

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Name: Patrick G. Aaby


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Dr. Pat AabyDr. Pat Aaby was, most recently, the director of government affairs for the Channing Bete Company.In this capacity, he worked with federal and state policy makers, advancing research findings related to prevention science.He also served as one of Channing Bete Company's Communities That Care® trainers.Pat has over twenty-six years in public education as a teacher and administrator in Washington State.He has worked with internationally renowned prevention science researchers Dr. J. David Hawkins and Dr. Richard Catalano, from the University of Washington School of Social Work, on assorted prevention science related projects since the mid-1980s.Dr. Aaby has been an advisor on prevention-related issues to the governor, and chief advisor to the lieutenant governor of Washington State.He was elected to the board of directors for the Washington State PTA and served as their state legislative director.In addition, Pat chaired the Washington State Community Mobilization Advisory Board for six years.In this capacity, he worked with local community coalitions to assess student, family, and community needs as well as to assess the effectiveness of the coalitions themselves.Following this process, he then worked with these coalitions as a negotiator and/or facilitator to integrate and align school and community resources to more effectively reduce risk factors and enhance protective factors associated with substance abuse, youth violence, juvenile delinquency, teen pregnancy, and school dropout.


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Dr. Pat AabyDr. Pat Aaby was, most recently, the director of government affairs for the Channing Bete Company.In this capacity, he worked with federal and state policy makers, advancing research findings related to prevention science.He also served as one of Channing Bete Company's Communities That Care® trainers.Pat has over twenty-six years in public education as a teacher and administrator in Washington State.He has worked with internationally renowned prevention science researchers Dr. J. David Hawkins and Dr. Richard Catalano, from the University of Washington School of Social Work, on assorted prevention science related projects since the mid-1980s.Dr. Aaby has been an advisor on prevention-related issues to the governor, and chief advisor to the lieutenant governor of Washington State.He was elected to the board of directors for the Washington State PTA and served as their state legislative director.In addition, Pat chaired the Washington State Community Mobilization Advisory Board for six years.In this capacity, he worked with local community coalitions to assess student, family, and community needs as well as to assess the effectiveness of the coalitions themselves.Following this process, he then worked with these coalitions as a negotiator and/or facilitator to integrate and align school and community resources to more effectively reduce risk factors and enhance protective factors associated with substance abuse, youth violence, juvenile delinquency, teen pregnancy, and school dropout.


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Dr. Pat AabyDr. Pat Aaby was, most recently, the director of government affairs for the Channing Bete Company.In this capacity, he worked with federal and state policy makers, advancing research findings related to prevention science.He also served as one of Channing Bete Company's Communities That Care® trainers.Pat has over twenty-six years in public education as a teacher and administrator in Washington State.He has worked with internationally renowned prevention science researchers Dr. J. David Hawkins and Dr. Richard Catalano, from the University of Washington School of Social Work, on assorted prevention science related projects since the mid-1980s.Dr. Aaby has been an advisor on prevention-related issues to the governor, and chief advisor to the lieutenant governor of Washington State.He was elected to the board of directors for the Washington State PTA and served as their state legislative director.In addition, Pat chaired the Washington State Community Mobilization Advisory Board for six years.In this capacity, he worked with local community coalitions to assess student, family, and community needs as well as to assess the effectiveness of the coalitions themselves.Following this process, he then worked with these coalitions as a negotiator and/or facilitator to integrate and align school and community resources to more effectively reduce risk factors and enhance protective factors associated with substance abuse, youth violence, juvenile delinquency, teen pregnancy, and school dropout.


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