Lisa Saldana is a Senior Research Scientist at Oregon Social Learning Center in Eugene Oregon. She received her doctorate in clinical psychology and has a research emphasis on implementation science and intervention development for children and families involved in public serving systems. She is the primary developer of the Stages of Implementation Completion (SIC) to evaluate implementation processes and milestones related to the scale-up of evidence-based practice, and of the associated Cost of Implementing New Strategies (COINS) cost mapping tool. She also is the primary developer of the FAIR program, an intervention for families involved in the child welfare system with complications of serious substance use, and of the R3 supervisor implementation strategy for child welfare systems focused on infusing evidence-based strategies into everyday interactions of the child welfare workforce. Lisa serves as co-I on multiple federally funded grants.