Lana Nenide, MS, is a ZERO TO THREE Fellow. She is currently the Executive Director at the Wisconsin Alliance for Infant Mental Health (WI-AIMH), a state-wide nonprofit agency charged with supporting social and emotional wellness of infants and young children in the context of their family, community, and culture.
Prior to joining WI-AIMH, Ms. Nenide worked as a research specialist with the UW Twin Laboratories where she evaluated infant and toddler social-emotional development and coded behavioral data for the Genetics of Emotional Ontogeny project. She joined WI-AIMH in 2006 to oversee professional development efforts of the agency. Since 2009, Ms. Nenide has been coordinating state implementation of the Pyramid Model. She is a member of the Fussy Baby Network and provides training and consultation on the FAN framework. Ms. Nenide is faculty at the Wisconsin Infant, Early Childhood, and Family Mental Health Capstone Certificate program and holds Infant Mental Health Endorsement. Ms. Nenide holds a master’s degree in educational psychology from the University of Wisconsin and is a graduate of the Napa Infant-Parent Mental Health Post Graduate Certificate Program, where she received specialized training in infant-parent mental health.