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Chelsea Garcia

Valina Deckard

Chelsea is married with one daughter. She has an Associate’s Degree in Social Work and a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology. She earned both from the University of the Rio Grande Valley in Brownsville, Texas. She is fluent in English and Spanish. Her love for children and passion to help children live more productive lives brought her to KULA. Chelsea is known for her dedication and patience with children. She has a knack for making children smile, it makes her feel accomplished. She is also passionate about her husband, daughter and career. She really enjoys family time, road trips and learning new things.  Chelsea is also very active in her church; she volunteers to help the children’s church/school. If Chelsea could possess one super-human power, it would be super speed, so she could have things done quickly and on time.

Candice Jobe

Candice graduated from Arkansas State University in 2012 with an Associate of Science in Early Childhood Education and from University of Arkansas-Little Rock in 2016 with a Bachelor of Science in Special Education. She has also been trained in Language Acquisition through Motor Planning. She loves working with children and her passion is helping each child be the best they can be. She really enjoys watching children learn new things. In her free time, Candice spends most of her time with her husband and two children. Candice loves to cook and if she could have one super power, it would be to control the weather so she could make sure it was never cold again.

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Emmerie Miller

Emmerie received her AA in Liberal Studies from West Hills Community College and her BA in Early Childhood Development from Fresno Pacific University. She has received training in Language Acquisition through Motor Planning (LAMP). Emmerie recently moved to Arkansas from California. Emmerie has a background in Behavior Therapy and loves working with children. She enjoys going on missions, occasional gaming and outside activities like hiking and swimming. If she could have one superpower, it would be speed.

Lindsey Mills

Lindsey graduated from Harding University in May, 2013, with a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology. She graduated from Harding University in December, 2016, with Education Specialist and Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling degrees. She has received training in Language Acquisition through Motor Planning (LAMP). A portion of her clinical internship was done at Blair Psychological Services working primarily with clients with autism. Lindsey is a board member at the Kensett Community Outreach Center and at the Classy Lady Awareness Foundation. She is the Vice President of the Southwest Middle School PTO. Lindsey has a knack for compassion and empathy towards people. Professionally, she is known for efficiency, organization and prompt task completion. Personally, Lindsey loves sports, especially watching her three daughters participate and grow in their skills. She also loves spending time eating meals with friends. When asked what super-human power she would possess, if possible, she said it would be the ability to heal people, emotionally, physically and mentally.

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Austa Walton

Austa holds a Bachelor of Science in Child Life from Harding University and is currently attending Widener University for a Master’s Degree. She has recevied training in Language Acquisition through Motor Planning (LAMP) and specialized training as a foster parent and managing agressive behavior. Austa loves traveling and learning about other cultures. If she had one super power, it would be to control temperatures.

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