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Spectrum Leadership

  • Angela Zamora
    Regional Vice President of Operations for Northern California

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    Angela Zamora

    Angela Zamora is a support and leader to Spectrum Center Schools and Programs for Northern California. Along with Program Directors, Angela takes pride in Spectrum’s conformance and compliance to licensing and or accreditation agency standards. She is responsible for working with each school campus to maintain positive relationships with key stakeholders. Actively monitoring facility and programs, to ensure the safety and security of students and staff.

    Angela began her career at Spectrum Center as an Education Coordinator supporting teachers with IEP implementation and instruction in 2002; since then she has served as Assistant Director, Program Director and Assistant Vice President of Operations. She earned a bachelor’s in Early Childhood and Family Development from San Diego State University and her Master’s degree in Special Education from Sacramento State University.

  • Melissa Elvidge
    Regional Vice President of Operations for Southern California

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    Melissa Elvidge

    Melissa Elvidge holds a master’s degree in special education from California State University Dominguez Hills and a bachelor of arts in psychology from the University of New Mexico. Melissa joined Spectrum Center in 2010 as a lead teacher. During her service with Spectrum, she has been promoted to the roles of education coordinator, program director, assistant vice president of operations and now serves as the regional vice president of operations for Southern California. She is responsible for supporting daily operations, supervision of school directors and state education reviews.

  • Mark DiConsiglio
    Regional Vice President of Operations for the East

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    Mark DiConsiglio

    Mark DiConsiglio has over 10 years of experience working in exceptional student education and student services. He holds master’s (M.S.) and specialist (Ed.S.) degrees from Florida State University in School Psychology. Mark also holds Advanced Graduate Certificates in Applied Behavior Analysis (Florida Institute of Technology) and Educational Leadership (University of Central Florida). He is a Nationally Certified and Licensed School Psychologist. In his current role as RVP of Operations for Spectrum Center, Mark works to ensure the successful delivery of quality educational services, customer relations, marketing/development, and accountability oversight to all schools within his assigned region. Prior to his current role, Mark served Seminole County Public Schools, Florida for 10 years in a variety of capacities including: School Psychologist on the district’s behavior support team; Elementary Coordinator of Exceptional Student Education; Supervisor of Psychological and Behavioral Services; and Director of Autism and Emotional/Behavioral Disability Services. Mark also has experience consulting with school districts nationwide on the provision of special education and related services.

  • Dale Young, MA
    Vice President of Behavior and Clinical Services

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    Dale Young, MA

    Dale Young earned a BS in Psychology from the University of Illinois and an MA in Clinical Child Psychology from the University of Alabama. He received additional training in Applied Behavior Analysis at Kennedy-Krieger Institute and Florida Institute of Technology. Since joining Spectrum in 2000, he has served in several roles including Behavior Consultant, Education Coordinator, Director of Spectrum’s Solano Campus, and Asst. Vice President of ED Services. In his current position, Dale is responsible for development and oversight of Spectrum’s behavioral and mental health services.

  • Mary Lengel
    Vice President of Curriculum and Instruction

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    Mary Lengel

    Mary Lengel earned her master’s degree in special education from Kansas State University. She holds California credentials in several academic subjects, special education and administration. She began her career as a teacher and has more than 25 years of experience in the field of education. Mary has taught all grade levels (K-12) of students with varying disabilities, including students with emotional disturbances, learning disabilities, moderately/severely handicapped and young adults with autism. She has also held several administrative and management positions throughout her career; education coordinator, regional director and director of educational services. Her true educational passions include implementation of intervention programs for special needs learners and assessing student progress to inform instruction. She has presented on numerous educational topics at state and national conferences and currently serves as vice president of curriculum and instruction for Spectrum Center.