Jane Dugan-Burdette is the Educational Implementation Specialist for the C.A.S.E. She holds a Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Regis University in Denver, Colorado. After completing her degree, Jane has worked as a Marriage and Family Therapist in non-profit agencies and within school systems as a School-Based Therapist.
More recently, Jane has worked in private practice where she has served adolescents and their families. However, she eventually transitioned into the non-profit sector to focus on better serving the needs of children and families experiencing adoption, foster care and guardianship placements.
As the Educational Implementation Specialist for C.A.S.E., Jane works to ensure that adopted and foster children receive the support and education they need to thrive in school. She is dedicated to helping mental health school professionals support students while they navigate the unique challenges that come with adoption and foster care.
In her free time, Jane enjoys spending time in nature, hiking, skiing, and exploring the outdoors. Additionally, Jane enjoys spending time with her family, including her two children. She values her time with loved ones and recognizes the importance of a healthy work-life balance.