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Accomplished and dynamic assistant director consistently recognized for successfully managing programs and projects with profound knowledge of all aspects of student assessment process from a multi-disciplinary team perspective, for students with a variety of handicap conditions delivering profitable solutions to propel organizational growth. A highly dedicated individual and a proven leader with documented success in progressively dynamic and challenging positions, with working knowledge of the principles and techniques of effective supervision, organization and training. Self-motivated and efficient with recognized ability to prioritize and coordinate multiple projects in a timely and efficient manner. Proactive with excellent interpersonal and communication skills, experienced in working with different personalities including clients and vendors as well as working on own initiative.
Organizational Leadership • Strategic Planning • Project Management • Needs Assessment •
• Team Management • Staff Development & Training • Presentation Skills • Budget Development/Administration • Marketing • Curriculum Development
Diagnostic Center • Northern California start-end-date
Served as member of the Diagnostic Center, Northern California Multi-disciplinary assessment team and DCN representative to California State Department of Education Transition Leadership team, with profound knowledge on autism and transition evidenced based practices. Provided assessment and training services to students with disabilities to local school districts in Northern California including conducting comprehensive review of student records, administering scores and interpreting standardized and informal measures of assessments. Provided reports of findings, implications and recommendations for instructional and related services including those for community, employment and other post-school adult living experiences and daily living skills. Developed and provided consultation, training programs and technical assistance services for classroom projects through on-site visitations, phone and internet, focusing on secondary issues to LEAs, SELPAs and appropriate service agencies. Ensured quality services through in-depth review and research, focusing on evidence based practices. Coordinated with families, districts, and other relevant agencies in consultation and assessment process as appropriate. Conducted research and implemented activities regarding special education, assessment and staff training including distance learning to develop and be up to date with current practices.
• Successfully conducted training throughout California on the various subjects including autism, inclusion, Para Educator education, transition, and behavior.
• Developed online training for parents available though the CA Dept of Education Web Site.
Eden Area Regional Occupational Program, Hayward • CA
Merchandising Occupations Instructor start-end-date
Managed all facets of merchandising program including vocational transition program for students with disabilities ages ranging from 16 to 22, classroom instruction, staff selection and training, budget administration and curriculum development, student vocational assessment, job placement and performance assessment. Supervised and conducted training to classroom staff including para educators, mobility specialist, job coaches and student store instructional assistant. Coordinated with California Department of Rehabilitation, State Department of Education and Department of Developmental Services. Determined special accommodations required for rehabilitation students and submitted performance evaluations to State.
• Awarded model program from California Department of Education for Merchandising Occupations Program for 2 years.
WorkAbility Director start-end-date
Served as case manager for 205 workability students at Eden Area Regional Occupational Program. Handled and conducted training to vocational educators in special education pedagogy, strategies and law. Developed and managed workability budget.
• Successfully developed and managed budgets for Workability grant, Cark Perkins Grant and Direct Support Personnel.
Carl Perkins Director start-end-date
Developed and managed Carl Perkins Grant. Managed and supervised staff and personnel.
Direct Support Personnel Program Manager start-end-date
Managed all facets of program including scheduling, budget development, and marketing, training staff and testing. Supervised DSP instructors and coordinated with DDS on revision of curriculum. Organized and implemented parent transition support group meetings for students with severe disabilities
• Successfully collaborated with DDS and ROP for training DSPs across the State.
EDUCATION AND CREDENTIALS
Bachelor of Vocational Education Degree
Sacramento State University
Summa cum Laude
Chabot College – Hayward, California
Awarded AA Degree
Graduate Level Coursework in Education
San Jose State University and Cal Poly Pomona
Supervision and Coordination Certificate
Preliminary Administrative Credential, 2009
State of California
Vocational Education Credential, 1987
State of California
Qualified for Coordination & Supervision Credential
San Jose State University
San Francisco State University’s College of Extended Learning
Assistive Technology in Education
Board Member: Human Rights Committee for Good Sheppard Group Homes- Fremont