Tami Eller is a lifelong Alaska, minus a few adventures living in the lower 48 states. She is currently a Lead Behavioral Health Training Coordinator at the UAA, Center for Human Development, Family Services Training Center. Tami is proud of her 20-year career. She has worked with AK Child & Family, Volunteers of America Alaska and at the Office of Children’s Services. Driven by her own lived experience, her passion is supporting individuals impacted by Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders and their families. Tami has trained mental health, social services, and educational professionals about FASD in Alaska, the lower 48 and even in Australia as part of the Rotary International Vocational Training Team. She holds a Bachelor of Science in both Psychology and Criminology from Southern Oregon University and a Master’s of Science in Counseling Psychology from Alaska Pacific University. Despite what she has accomplished professionally, being a mom to her amazing children is her greatest joy.