Santa Barbara

Shana-Williams

Shana Williams

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“Nothing is impossible…the word itself says ‘I’m possible.’ ”

Shana Williams goes to work every day to teach others, but on most days, leaves work having been taught valuable lessons by those she serves—which to Shana is the most wonderful part of her job. She reflects, “Watching people grow and develop life-changing skills is an amazing feeling, especially looking back and seeing how far they have come.”

Shana started as a behavioral therapist, and quickly grew to love the field of Applied Behavior Analysis, which drove her desire to earn her master’s degree and BCBA. After being a supervisor in the Santa Clarita office for many years, Shana became the director of the Santa Barbara office.

When not at work, Shana enjoys hanging out with friends and her two pups in the little beach town where she lives.

Sonia-Hurtado

Sonia Hurtado

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“Helping one person might not change the world, but it can change how that person views the world.”

Sonia Hurtado loves changing people’s worlds as she strives to provide the best quality services to families who care for individuals with disabilities. Sonia helps those that are need of respite, while creating a strong bond with the families she serves.

Sonia began working for BRIA as a behavior respite consultant in 2015. Upon graduation in 2016, she was offered a position as a program coordinator and happily accepted. In March of 2018, Sonia became the department manager for both Camarillo and Santa Barbara locations.

In her spare time, Sonia enjoys traveling to other countries and would love to visit all continents.

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.