Leadership & Advocacy
Current Leadership Positions
Dr. Maietta serves as a co-founder of KnowNeuropsychology. This organization provides free, high-quality neuropsychology didactics geared towards students, trainees, early career neuropsychologists, and others. The KnowNeuropsychology Didactic Series is a recurring 12-week series featuring experts in the field covering topics related to clinical disorders, professional development, clinical practice, and research in neuropsychology. Dr. Maietta has moderated live sessions, managed the listserv, served as treasurer, and led website management. More information can be found here.
Past Leadership Positions
American Psychological Association
Dr. Maietta served as Chair of the American Psychological Association of Graduate Students (APAGS)'s Convention Committee from 2019-2021. Prior to her Chair-ship, she served as a member of this committee from 2017-2019 and also volunteered at previous Conventions as a Convention Ambassador. More information on the Convention Committee can be found here.
National Academy of Neuropsychology
Dr. Maietta served as the Chair of the National Academy of Neuropsychology's Student & Post-Doctoral Resident Committee (NANSPRC) in 2019 (Co-Chair), 2020 (Chair), and 2021 (Past Chair). As Past Chair, Dr. Maietta served as the representative to the Clinical Neuropsychology Trainee Forum (CNTF). More information on the NANSPRC can be found here.
Society for Clinical Neuropsychology
Dr. Maietta served as the Chair of the Presidential Task Force for Marketing SCN from 2021-2022. This Task Force (now called the SCN Marketing Task Force) is focused on marketing and branding efforts for the organization including facilitating logo creation, enhancing social media presence, and disseminating cross-cutting information to membership. The Society for Clinical Neuropsychology is Division 40 of the American Psychological Association and represents over 4,000 members. Dr. Maietta received a Presidential Citation for Outstanding Service to SCN for this work. More information about the Task Force can be found here.