Lynn Sullivan, M.Ed. is currently a private consultant in the areas of special education, early childhood, and interagency collaboration. After a first career in social work, she spent 35 years as the early childhood consultant for one of twenty regional technical assistance centers in Texas. In that career with Education Service Center, Region 11, Ms. Sullivan provided consultative and technical assistance to local school districts, charter schools, and community agencies in the development and improvement of instructional programs and services for students with disabilities age three, four, and five. She planned, facilitated, presented and coordinated regional training for educators (including PreK and K teachers), speech language pathologists, diagnosticians, campus and district leaders of preschoolers with disabilities These were based on Federal, state, regional and local data sources along with anecdotal patterns, trend lines in longitudinal data analysis and school district priorities. In conjunction with Drs. Pretti-Frontczak and Grisham, Ms. Sullivan developed a multi-year, data driven project to support and sustain best practices in meeting the needs of young children with disabilities in small and rural communities. This collaboration involved ESC staff, campus and district leadership, and a national research team. The national research team incorporated design and lessons learned in several published materials. It was during that project the Curriculum Framework elements of the ASAP acronym and umbrella visual were created. Ms. Sullivan also co-developed with Dr. Grisham, a multi-year project to inform, support, and sustain research-based Tier 3 strategies on targeted campuses. This project involved the use of face-to-face sessions, asynchronous resources, and on-line conferencing platforms. The project coordinated efforts across ESC staff, University researchers, and campus teams in several counties who provided services for young learners with IEPs. Ms. Sullivan served as the Part B representative on the Texas Interagency Coordinating Council for Early Childhood Intervention for 18 years, and is currently a member of CEC and DEC, having served as Texas DEC president 1994-1996. In 2007, she was honored to be a Curriculum Section co-author in the DEC resource, Promoting Positive Outcomes for Children with Disabilities: Recommendations for Curriculum Assessment, and Program Evaluation. More recently, she co-edited the 2014 DEC publication, Blending Practices for All Children (Young Exceptional Children Monograph Series No. 16).