CIP Berkeley has an experienced, professional staff with strong educational backgrounds and solid experience working with young adults with Asperger’s, ADHD and other Learning Differences.
Get to Know The CIP Berkeley Team
Pilar Page, M.S.W
Pilar Page has worked in the field of education and administration for over a decade as an advisor, career coach, licensed counselor and as a director of student services. Her experiences include providing access, advocacy and support for students with learning differences, ensuring institution compliance with federal and state laws.
Lindsey is the Office Manager of CIP Berkeley. She is passionate about team building, compliance, and creating and maintaining healthy happy work rapports. She has a very collaborative mindset and has helped grow companies from start ups to full scale operations.
Jeff joined CIP in October 2016 after a decade spent working in public elementary, secondary, and higher education settings, as well as for a post-secondary transition consultant. Among other things, Jeff taught in classrooms and worked on special education teams.
Antoinette has worked in the field of education trauma and other complex learning differences for more than a decade, as a counselor, tutor and clinician. She found success in supporting and working with young adults who are pursuing higher education.
Justin Reid has been working to help students from high school to college for over a decade with his background as basketball coach, mentor, academic supervisor, and behavioral specialist. He has an expertise in creating successful plans and solutions for students that balance their individual sport, personal and academic goals.
Randall has worked in the field of human services and working with children and adults with ASD, ADHD and other complex learning differences for 10 years as a direct support professional, and a Residential Home Administrator. Randall has worked in the field of human services and working with children and adults with ASD, ADHD and other complex learning differences for 10 years as a direct support professional, and a Residential Home Administrator.
After 6 years as an HR professional, Claire Ngoon left the industry to pursue her passion to help people surpass their own expectations and discovering their own inner power to thrive. Since 2017, Claire has coached students between the ages of 8 - 70 years old on developing stress management skills, self confidence, and a growth mindset to overcome personal obstacles.
Coleen has worked in the field of education for 10 years in various roles including an Americorps volunteer, Teacher’s Assistant, and elementary School Counselor. She previously found success working with college students with learning differences as a graduate student.
Domonique has worked in the field of Education for 10 years in public elementary, secondary, and higher education settings as an AmeriCorps volunteer, Special education teaching assistant, Therapeutic Support Specialist and Student Support Coordinator.
Gemma has worked in the field of higher education for over five years as a Summer Bridge Intern, and as an Academic Coach Intern, where she supported first-generation young adults, and young adults with learning differences.
Elaine has worked in the field of social work and office administration for over 12 years serving as a Refugee Support Officer & Family Caseworker for a local government organization in the U.K. In her role, she helped individuals and families access housing, healthcare & education services.
Aricka has worked in the field of Education, Autism, Administration, and Learning Differences for seven years. She has been a Site Coordinator for Reading Partners and a Teacher Assistant for the Child Development Center in San Jose and is a Registered Behavioral Technician. Throughout her career, she has focused on empowering families and children by helping them practice the necessary daily skills to thrive independently.
Stina has worked in the field of education since 2004 as a classroom teacher, teaching science to middle school, high school, and college students. Currently, she works at the College Internship Program teaching students academic and executive functioning skills needed to succeed in college. As an academic coordinator at CIP, Stina helps young adults with autism and other learning differences develop executive functioning skills such as time management, organization, and task analysis, as well as self-advocacy.
Ivianna has worked in the field of Special Education for 2 years as an Educational Specialist. She previously found success working with/for in education as a tutor and focuses on student success in education and their academics.
Nicole has worked in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and complex learning differences for three years. She previously found success implementing treatment plans developed by a board certified behavior analyst which focused on skills such as communication, behavior, and social skills.
Ralston Gracie has worked in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu his whole life, as an instructor for 15 years, and in caregiving for six months as a client care specialist, assisting mostly dementia and hospice patients. He has been successful at teaching kids martial arts, exercising discipline, and utilizing meditation.
Paulette has worked in the field of education, youth empowerment and community development for over a decade as an instructor, councilor, and coordinator. Her experience in these roles specialize in communication, relationship building, and creative engagement.
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