Nooshin received her M.S. in Vocational Rehabilitation Counseling and her B.A. degree in Psychology from California State University, Sacramento. She is a Folsom Lake College alumni where she received her A.A. degree in Psychology. She has been working at FLC-DSPS since 2012 and has served in a variety of positions. She has experience working with diverse groups of people throughout her career. She loves to travel and enjoys spending time with family and friends.
Adjunct DSPS Counselor
Andrea earned both her Bachelor's degree in Psychology and Master's degree in Vocational Rehabilitation Counseling from CSU, Sacramento. In the past, she has taught study strategies courses for students with disabilities at FLC, and Cosumnes River College. Andrea was an English tutor for 20 years, working with students from first grade through post-doctoral level at CSUS, on Los Rios campuses, and in her tutoring business. She enjoys doing genealogy with her family and friends, singing, and gardening.
Adjunct General Academic Counselor/Career Counselor (assigned to DSPS)
A.A. Liberal Studies, A.S. Math and Science, Riverside Community College; B.S. Business Administration in Management/HR, California State Polytechnic University Pomona; M.S. Counseling, CSU Sacramento
Student Services Supervisor, Center For Excellence
Student Personnel Assistant (El Dorado & Rancho Cordova Centers)
Diana Ryan began her college career at the community college and shortly thereafter transferred to UC Davis and acquired a BA in Communication Studies. Later, attended CSU, Sacramento to get a Master’s Degree in Higher Education Leadership and Policy Studies. In 2019, also at CSUS she finished a certificate in Adult Learning Disabilities. Her husband, who is recently disabled has begun his 2nd career as an artist and has a studio in Rescue. They have 5 children!
Alternate Media Design Specialist
Keith served as the Student Personnel Assistant in Disability Support Programs & Services at Cosumnes River College for about 5 years. Keith has two bachelor’s degrees from the University of California, Merced in Political Science & Management as well as a Master’s in Higher Education & Policy Studies from CSU, Sacramento. Currently, he is in the UC Davis CANDEL Ed.D. Program where he plans to focus his dissertation research on LGBTQ+ community college students’ persistence and college completion inequity issues. Lastly, Keith enjoys spending time with friends, family, and his dog Max. Max is a dachshund-beagle mix. Keith enjoys going to the gym and taking Max on long walks. Also, in his spare time Keith volunteers with the Sacramento LGBT Community Center and supports the Sacramento Gay Men’s Chorus.