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UNM Northern Training and Technical Assistance Program at SFCC (TTAP) Faculty and Staff

Leigh Fernandez
Program Manager, TTAP

Leigh Fernandez received her M.A. in Family Studies from the University of New Mexico and is the current program manager of the TTAP as well as an adjunct faculty member in the School of Education. She has been working at SFCC with the TTAP since 1997.

The UNM Northern Training and Technical Assistance Program at SFCC (TTAP), established at SFCC in 1987, provides a variety of services to early childhood professionals and families in five counties including Santa Fe, Rio Arriba, Los Alamos, San Miguel and Mora. Leigh has managed the TTAP for the last ten years.

Annabelle Black
Family and Child Care Inclusion Specialist

Annabelle Black received her M.A.in education from the College of Santa Fe and currently holds a Level III A K-12 Classroom Teacher and Level III B Administrator's license from the PED. Additionally she holds a Level II endorsement with the NM Association of Infant Mental Health. She has been working at SFCC since 2007 in the capacity of Early Childhood Professional Development Specialist and Child Care Inclusion Specialist, as well as adjunct faculty member in the SFCC School of Education.

Annabelle conducts trainings for Early Childhood educators already in the field and teaches classes in the School of Education to future educators. Annabelle also serves five northern New Mexico counties, providing early intervention, observation and referral services for children, families and child care providers.

Ann MacVicar
Family Specialist

Ann MacVicar is a Family Specialist for the UNM Northern Training and Technical Assistance Program at SFCC (TTAP) and an adjunct faculty member in the School of Education. She received a Bachelor of Science in Child Development from Wheelock College in Boston and a Master of Science in Early Childhood Education from the University of Arizona.

Ann joined the faculty and staff of Santa Fe Community College in January of 2006. She conducts workshops and classes for early childhood providers and teaches the Professionalism class for Teacher Education. Ann relocated to Santa Fe in June of 2005 from New Jersey, where she was a Campus child care director and adjunct faculty at Kean University.

For more information, please contact Leigh Fernandez, Program Manager, 505-428-1344, leigh.fernandez@sfcc.edu.

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