The New England Consortium on Deafblindness invites you to learn more about our Program Director, Dr. Tracy Evans-Luselli!
Tracy Evans Luiselli, Ed.D., received her Masters in Severe Special Needs/Deafblind Education from Boston College and Doctorate in Early Childhood Special Education from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, with certifications in Vision, Moderate Special Needs, and Severe Special Needs. She has successfully coordinated and implemented a multistate OSEP grant since 1999. Dr. Evans Luiselli has extensive consulting and training experience with schools and agencies serving children who are deafblind, and her academic activity has included adjunct faculty appointments at Boston College, Simmons College, and Granite State College. With over thirty-five years of experience in the field of deafblindness, Tracy presents frequently at local, state, and national levels. Her areas of interest include assessment and instruction for children who are deafblind, increasing awareness about the impact of congenital cytomegalovirus, brain-based visual impairment, and organizational leadership and management. As well, she emphasizes the importance of supporting family engagement in all aspects of educational programming, including helping parents develop home-based routines that support their children’s communication and independence.