We are pleased to announce the hire of two new team members. Kim Colwell has been hired to serve as an Early Intervention Teacher in Grant County and Leticia Mendoza has joined as a Speech Language Pathology Assistant.
Colwell holds an MA in Learning and Behavior Disorders and an MS in Moderate to Severe Disabilities with an autism concentration. She serves as part of a multidisciplinary team to help parents understand the unique needs of the children while providing research-based strategies to promote positive outcomes.
Mendoza holds a Speech and Language Pathology Assistant degree and started her career as a Family Resource Coordinator at Moses Lake Community Health. She has also served in the Ephrata School District. Through the NCESD, she provides therapy to children with communication disorders, including intervention with speaking, articulation, listening, and language.
“We are thrilled to add these two dynamic professionals to the NCESD team. We are confident that both Kim and Leticia will serve our districts well,” explained Suzanne Reister, Executive Director of Human Resources for the NCESD.