San Luis Obispo

Jessica-Delgado

Jessica Delgado

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“Nothing is more satisfying than when parents thank you for the difference you’re making in their child’s life.”

Jessica Delgado understands the difference she makes working with children and adults with developmental disabilities, and finds that becoming part of their lives very rewarding. She shares, “I get to see genuine happiness, share countless laughs, and celebrate the little things in life.”

With a special interest in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and its effectiveness, Jessica is completing her associate in arts degree in social and behavioral sciences, and plans to pursue her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology.

Jessica has a passion for food, books, and travel. She’s traveled to four countries so far, and really enjoys experiencing the world’s different cultures.

Kristin Webb

Kristin Webb

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Each day is different and brings new challenges, but the ultimate outcome is rewarding!”

Kristin Webb enjoys the rewards of working with the team and families, and the positive impact she makes on families’ lives keeps her motivated. Kristin adds, “Families express their gratitude for what we do for them, but in reality, I should thank them for helping me find my passion in life.”

Kristin attended the University of California, Davis where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology in 2012. Kristin started her career in Santa Maria as a direct staff, and was promoted to program coordinator while pursuing her graduate studies. She received a Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction: Applied Behavior Analysis from Arizona State University in 2017. Shortly after earning her master’s degree, Kristin obtained her BCBA.

Makeup is a big passion of Kristin’s, and her free time is often spent watching beauty vloggers on YouTube.

Yelba-Diaz

Yelba Diaz

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“Listen actively and your solutions are endless.”

Yelba Diaz loves to find solutions that improve the quality of life for families and their future. She explains, “The problem behaviors that we manage today can open doors to so many other opportunities for integration into their community. My experience with the families we support has been invaluable.”

Yelba earned her Bachelor of Arts in Early Childhood Education. Working with BRIA helped her acquire new skills and discover her passion for problem-solving and inspiring others to make a change. Yelba is pursuing a master’s degree in education with an emphasis in Applied Behavior Analysis and her BCBA.

Yelba enjoys cooking, exercising, traveling, and spending time with her family.

Jessica Robles

Jessica Robles

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“It is my absolute honor to be able to make a fundamental difference in people’s lives.”

Jessica Robles enjoys few things more than working with children and making a difference in their lives. She fell in love with the field of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) after seeing firsthand how effective the treatment is and the positive impact treatment has on families. When asked what she does for a living, Jessica says, “I work with a wide range of individuals, helping them maximize their potential.”

Jessica received her Bachelor of Arts degree in social and behavioral sciences from California State University, Monterey Bay. While at CSUMB, she worked for a local middle school as a teacher’s assistant and 1:1 math aid. Jessica earned her master’s degree in education and her BCBA in 2013.

In her spare time, Jessica enjoys spending time with her family. She loves to host big family gatherings, movie nights, etc.