Assistant Director, Child Maltreatment Solutions Network
202 Henderson Building
Sandee is currently directing the programing efforts for the Network on Child Protection and Well-Being. She does this by designing awareness events, advancing educational opportunities for undergraduate students and community members, and promoting translational messages of the scientific endeavors of Network faculty. Sandee has worked at Penn State since 1997, formerly serving as the Lead Dissemination and Implementation Scientist at the Clearinghouse for Military Family Readiness. At Penn State, she provided proactive technical assistance to communities and military personnel implementing evidence-based programs. Specifically, Ms. Kyler has translated and disseminated research to communities, provided education and training, conducted research on support and services provided to military families after the sudden loss of a loved one, as well as identifying and helping to secure resources to enhance program implementation, implementation quality, program impact, assessment, and sustainability.