Libby Johnson

Libby Johnson obtained her bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education and Special Education from Montana State University -- Billings, her masters of science in Special Education/Applied Behavior Analysis from Montana State University – Billings, and her masters of science in Educational Leadership from Rocky Mountain College. Libby has experience working as a licensed special education teacher in Red Lodge Public Schools and a behavior consultant for the Montana Office of Public Instruction. She routinely presents at statewide conferences and provides professional development training through CSPD Region III, the Montana Office of Public Instruction, and Montana State University -- Billings. Libby has worked in in-home settings, public schools, and residential placements for children and adolescents who have social-emotional, cognitive, and behavioral needs. Currently, Libby serves as the behavior consultant for the Yellowstone-West Carbon County Special Services Cooperative.