Jamie Sepulveda - LSLS Cert. AVEd Candidate
Teacher of the Deaf
MS DE Master in Deaf Education, Washington University in St Louis
BS Communication Disorders, Truman State
2017 to present
As Desert Voices’ Programs Manager, Jamie is responsible for impacting outcomes through operational and instructional improvements. Jamie guides families through the enrollment process, working with community partners to maintain positive relationships, helping our current families connect and assisting with additional learning opportunities. Jamie collaborates with Desert Voices’ listening and spoken language professionals so as a team we can continue to advance our services and ensure each child at Desert Voices’ has a unique program to meet their language goals.
Jamie started at Desert Voices in August of 2017. She previously worked in early intervention for Arizona School for the Deaf and Blind in Flagstaff, Arizona. Jamie is happy that her first career gave her opportunities to build her cultural sensitivity by working with three Native American tribes and gain knowledge from a variety of professionals. Jamie heard about Desert Voices’ from her former professor and could not be more pleased to be apart of an innovative, supportive team of individuals that work hard everyday to give children and parents a strong voice.
Jamie started the three year journey in becoming a Listening and Spoken Language Specialist (LSLS), certified by the Alexander Graham Bell Association (AG Bell) to ensure she is giving families the highest level of listening and spoken language services.
Jamie enjoys exploring the beautiful scenery Arizona has to offer with her husband and two dogs. When it is too hot she likes catching the latest film at the movie theatre.