Daniall Deis is an education coordinator for the Center for Rural Health (CRH) at UND School of Medicine & Health Sciences in Grand Forks. At the CRH, Daniall is responsible for supporting Quality Service Providers (QSP) and QSP agencies across the state with various levels of resources and training, and will offer one-on-one help from the application process to education training to working directly with individuals. Originally from Pierre, S.D., Daniall attended Jamestown College and the University of North Dakota. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in elementary education, a Bachelor or Arts degree in communication sciences disorders, and Master of Science degree in special education. Daniall is working to finish her degree in applied behavior analysis in order to become a board certified behavior analyst.
“My many years as a special education teacher have allowed me to work with a different level of training and understanding for helping individuals learn,” said Daniall. “I am excited to bring the variety of ways I can support and train others to this position. My work ethic and excitement for helping others is my driving force and passion to being a better version of myself every single day.”