Adjunct Professor, Education Specialist with SCOE
I am a transplant to the Bay Area, having grown up in paradise—Hilo, Hawaii. I am passionate about increasing opportunities for young children with special needs to be educated with their typically developing peers. My most favorite extracurricular activity, at the moment is riding horses and volunteering at a therapeutic riding stable. I also enjoy running in the mountains with my dog, Bogey, and travelling. I have two bio children, and two bonus children with my current partner.
- Undergraduate: Georgetown University, Washington , D.C.
- Graduate: Master’s degree, SSU; teaching credentials, SSU, Sacramento State, San Francisco State
Teaching pre-service teachers about young children with special needs and the power of inclusion.
Education Leadership and Special Education: Young Children with Special Needs (EDSP 432)
10 years teaching EDSP 432 at Sonoma State University