Amy Ahlstrom has been with the Sonoma SELPA Adaptive Technology Center since 2016. She is a graduate of Santa Rosa Junior College and Sonoma State University. Her hobbies include hanging out with family and friends, reading, traveling, photography, genealogy, & exercising.
Debbie Anacleto is an Adaptive Technology Assistant at the Sonoma SELPA Adaptive Technology Center. Debbie was a special ed teaching assistant for 15 years. She has worked with a variety of disabilities over the years, including home care for severely handicapped children. Debbie lives in Petaluma, she has a teenage daughter that keeps her busy with sports and social activities.
Sandy D’Angelo is an Orthopedic Impairment Equipment Consultant at the Adaptive Technology Center. Sandy was a special ed teacher retiring after 23 years. She has worked with students that are orthopedically impaired and students that have autism. She also worked as a consultant for students with learning disabilities at private schools. Sandy lives in Petaluma and enjoys playing indoor soccer, skiing, dancing and gardening.
Caroline is an AAC Specialist with the Adaptive Technology Center. She received her B.A. and M.A. from San Jose State University and has been an ASHA certified speech-language pathologist for over 20 years. She has worked primarily in the educational setting with students in preschool to transition. She enjoys the outdoors, visiting museums, and discovering the large selection of international cuisines available in the Bay Area.
Tanya Mallan is an AAC Specialist. Tanya graduated with her master’s degree in Communication Disorders and Speech Sciences from the University of Colorado at Boulder. She has over 25 years of experience as a Speech-Language Pathologist working with students ages Birth to 22 with a variety of complex communication challenges. She has worked in both the school and private practice settings. Tanya is from Santa Rosa and in her free time enjoys hiking, sewing, reading and knitting along with spending time with her family.
Christy Riddell is an AAC Specialist at the Sonoma SELPA Assistive Technology Center. Christy has a Masters’s degree in Speech and Langauge Pathology from San Francisco State University, her Adaptive Technology Certification from Dominguez Hills State University, and Education Leadership from Sonoma State University. Christy has over 20 years of experience working in Sonoma County Public Schools. During that time, she has worked as a Speech and Language Pathologist and school administrator, and now, fulfilling her passion for both adaptive technology and child-focused education she has joined the ATC. Christy is a Santa Rosa native and has a close connection to Sonoma County and all that there is to enjoy here.