Zach is a doctoral student in the University of Montana’s school psychology program. Prior to coming to UM, he worked at the suicide hotline in Oxford, Ohio. His work there primarily focused on assessing risk and coordinating community resources. During his time at UM, he has worked as a school psychologist in the Missoula area, teaches undergraduate psychology courses, and provided child and family therapy at the Clinical Psychology Center on the UM campus. Currently, Zach’s research interests include: effectively treating Autism Spectrum Disorder using Evidence-Based Practices in Psychology, examining the School-to-Prison Pipeline in the state of Montana, and developing culturally responsive practices in school psychology.