Brynn Fallah

Project Coach


Brynn works with the Delaware Positive Behavior Support (DE-PBS) Project as a project coach, assisting school districts with their implementation of student behavioral and mental health supports. She observes and reports on the 21st Century Community Learning Centers (21st CCLC) grant, which funds after-school and summer camp programs in financially struggling schools. She also works on special assignments for Project DelAWARE, a grant that puts into practice evidence-based mental health services in schools.

Before coming to CDS, Brynn worked as a school counselor in New York City and Dover, Del. Brynn has a passion for social-emotional learning and mental health, especially for students in underserved populations. She holds a B.A. in Applied Psychology and Human Relations from Pace University and a M.S.Ed. in School Counseling (K-12) from Hunter College.

Brynn lives in Hockessin, Del. with her husband, adorable son and possibly even more adorable dog. She is an advocate of mental wellness and self-care and can be found practicing it on the weekends through family time, hot yoga, reading, enjoying nature and shoe shopping.