Dane Fitzmorris has worked in Developmental Studies in the UCLA Department of Pediatrics since 1998 on a variety of federal and state funded projects, all of which have focused on home, center-based and hospital-based interventions with families and young children, birth to three years. She received her Masters degree in Clinical Psychology from Pepperdine University. Ms. Fitzmorris has provided hospital based developmental services to chronically ill/chronically hospitalized children as well as home based High Risk Infant Follow Up services to medically eligible children. In 2001, she joined the co-principal investigators Dr. Judy. Howard and Dr. Leila Beckwith on the Legacy for Children™ research project assessing the effects of comprehensive intervention on the mother-child relationship in low-income families. Ms. Fitzmorris co-authored the UCLA curriculum and became the project director. The Legacy for Children™ parenting curriculum was published in 2010 by The National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities within the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Since 2011, she has been working with the CDC on community based implementation of the Legacy for Children™ curricula and provides technical assistance to implementing agencies in a number of States around the country. In 2018, Ms. Fitzmorris became the director of the Legacy for Children™ training center at UCLA. Since 2008, Ms. Fitzmorris has been the Director of the UCLA Intervention Program where she oversees an interdisciplinary team of professionals composed of early childhood educators and physical and occupational therapists. The UCLA Intervention Program is a center-based early intervention program providing educational, diagnostic and therapeutic services to infants and toddlers with a range of developmental risks and disabilities.