Romina Varsandan

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Romina is from Romania, and from a young age has been passionate about learning foreign languages. She studied English, German, and Italian intensively and worked in fields that required mastering these languages in Romania, Germany, and Great Britain.  Struggles with health issues most of her childhood and young adult life have made her very sensitive and empathetic towards children with … Read More

Melody Deluca

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Melody first learned about NACD in 2008 after several years of trying to figure out why her then 5-year-old son, Grant, was severely delayed. He started showing signs of developmental delay at his 15-month check-up, which began a four-year journey going from one professional to another trying to find the help he needed. No one could explain why her son … Read More

Amy Martin

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Amy Martin graduated from the University of Nebraska with a Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education in 1996. She taught preschool for one year before moving to Ohio to earn her teaching certificate in Elementary Education. Soon after, Amy obtained her Master’s Degree in Teaching and Learning from NOVA Southeastern University. Amy taught 12 years for Dublin City Schools in … Read More

Amanda Willard

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The National Association of Child Development has been a member of our family since 1999. This became necessary when it was discovered that Adam, my brother, had suffered some serious neurological damage years earlier after infant vaccinations. Impressed that Adam made such strides within the first year of working through NACD, our parents decided to make it a family affair. … Read More

Janine Little

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I first found NACD when my 3-year-old son was diagnosed with autism back in 2000. After starting program with my son and seeing him hit important milestones so quickly, I became a huge advocate for NACD’s approach and therapies. At the time I thought “wouldn’t it be great to work for NACD someday?” Fast forward 20 years and I am … Read More

Carrie Humpherys

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Carrie Humpherys has been a tax account and in-house company accountant for over 15 years. Carrie has worked for NACD since the summer of 2019. She enjoys helping in the NACD office and getting to know the NACD Families. Carrie earned her Master’s Degree in Accounting from Western Governors University, WGU, in 2017. She earned her Bachelor’s degree from Southern … Read More

Lavanya Guhan

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My name is Lavanya Guhan, and I am a 3rd year student at Bellevue College in the Seattle, Washington area. I have been part of the NACD community for a very long time. I was a client from the ages of 3 to 12 years. I also have fond memories of living in Utah and hanging out at the office … Read More

Teodora Pop, M.A.

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Teo has worked with children since high school. She volunteered in several organizations that worked with children who had a range of disabilities and has been teaching in various capacities for 14 years. She received a BA and then an MA in Painting and Child Education, with the intention of becoming an art therapist and practicing in the United States. … Read More

Pam Cook

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Hi, I’m Pam Cook and I moved back to Utah from Washington State in 2006, when I started working for NACD part time. I now do all the scheduling for NACD.   Having a degree in Early Childhood Education, the wonderful part about my job is all the awesome, dedicated families that I get to talk to on a daily basis and of course … Read More

Jennifer Virgin

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Jennifer has been a mainstay at NACD for the past 30 years. From the early years of working out of Bob’s basement, to housing the office in her own home, to working in the various office locations in Ogden, she has taught program implementation to families, ran the office and been Bob’s right-hand woman all along the way. She currently serves … Read More

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