Anisa Goforth BA ’04
Anisa Goforth BA ’04 was recently promoted to full professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Montana. In addition, she successfully published her book titled Culturally Responsive School-based Practices: Supporting the Mental Health and Learning of Diverse Students with Oxford University Press. She lives in Missoula, Montana, with her husband, James, and their five-year-old daughter, Kora.
Anisa Goforth BA ’04 was recently promoted to full professor at the University of Montana. She recently coauthored a new book titled Culturally Responsive School-Based Practices: Supporting Mental Health and Learning of Diverse Students (Oxford University Press, 2023). The book is designed to support school-based professionals in conducting assessment, intervention, and systems-level services for students from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.
Anisa Goforth BA ’04 and James Fivecoats, July 2, 2014, in Idleyld Park, Oregon. Jaye Hartman BA ’04, Heather Jasper, David Woessner BA ’04, Amy Woessner BA ’05, and Cassi Lydon BA ’04 attended.