Shana Attar, a graduate student in the READi Lab, was recently awarded the UW Leadership Education in Adolescent Health (LEAH) Psychology Fellowship for the 2022-2023 academic year. This fellowship provides advanced interdisciplinary training in adolescent health to develop leaders who will reduce disparities and improve adolescent healthcare. As part of this fellowship, Shana will participate in didactic sessions and advocacy activities, and she will serve as a clinician on several adolescent health projects at UW Medical Center and Seattle Children’s Hospital. Shana will also complete a leadership project under the mentorship of LEAH advisors, and she hopes to begin developing an autism-specific, culturally responsive parenting program for caregivers of adolescents with autism who identify as culturally and linguistically diverse. The LEAH fellowship will fund Shana for three quarters. Way to go, Shana!