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Keysha Doutherd
Assistant III
(408) 453-4345




​Barb Flores
(408) 453-4302

Barb Flores is the Coordinator for English Language Arts, English Language Development, and Literacy. For the past five years, she has been a Coordinator for Curriculum and Instruction in Berryessa Union and Cupertino Union School Districts. She has worked closely with principals, teachers, and other stakeholders to assess student and staff needs and execute the necessary services in areas such as implementation of CCSS instruction, Units of Study in Writing and Reading, Balanced Literacy Framework, and Project-Based Learning. She possesses knowledge and experience in developing purposeful, relevant professional development which positively impacted student learning.

​Prior to being a Coordinator Barb served as an ELA/ELD coach and site administrator of an elementary and middle school in the Franklin-McKinley School District. She received extensive training in pedagogy that supports English learners, analyzing and evaluating data to inform instruction, and developing professional learning communities to improve academic progress of students.


Olivia Santillan
Coordinator, History/Social Science & Civics
(408) 453-4261

Olivia Santillan started her teaching career in Fremont Unified in 1997 where she led multiple cross curricular teams through aligning curriculum and creating cross curricular lessons and units. Starting in 2014, Olivia worked as an assistant principal in San Lorenzo Unified where she was trained to conduct administrative work with staff, students, and families through a Restorative Practices and Equity lens. As a site administrator, she supervised and was responsible for the History Social Studies, ELA, and the ELD departments, CELDT testing, ELAC, Seal of Biliteracy, and CAASPP. She created and maintained partnerships between the engineering academy she supervised and the Computer History Museum, Facebook/Oculus, and Morpho Detection.​
Denise Camarena
Deedy Camarena
Coordinator, Multilingual Education Services
(408) 453-6859

Denise (Deedy) Camarena is a Coordinator for Multilingual and Humanities Education.  For the past two years, she has been the Secondary English Learner Academic Coach for Gilroy Unified School District.  With her site English Learner teams, she has worked in collaboration with administration to improve upon their English Learner programs.  In response to student and staff needs, her professional development was designed to included effective implementation of the California English Language Development Standards, CCSS and Content Standards, Equitable Assessment for English Learners and the analyzation of data to inform instruction.  Deedy utilizes her vast knowledge of curriculum development and implementation, expertise with current English Learner methodologies and pedagogies, and culturally responsive practices, to create impactful professional development to guide educators of all levels.

Leading up to her most recent position, Deedy acquired her knowledge serving as district English Learner Coordinator, Elementary English Learner Summer School Coordinator and Spanish International Baccalaureate instructor.  Using her fluency and extensive training in the Spanish language, she is a valuable asset to assisting the development of programs leading to K-12 students' proficiency in two or more languages.

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Mai Tran
Assistant II
(408) 453-6690​


Yee Wan
Yee Wan, Ed.D.
(408) 453-6825

Yee Wan, Ed.D. is director of Multilingual and Humanities Education at the Santa Clara County Office of Education (SCCOE). She is the past president of the National Association for Bilingual Education (NABE) Board. Over the past 20 years, Yee has worked as a bilingual teacher, assistant professor, and administrator of English learner programs.

Yee provides leadership for building school and district capacity in developing systems for supporting English learner success. She leads professional learning on the English Learner Roadmap, implementation of the California English Language Arts/English Language Development (ELA/ELD) Framework, and a community of practice for English learners with disabilities in Santa Clara County. She serves on key statewide ELA/ELD and Mathematics Collaboration Committees to support the implementation of these frameworks. Yee also spearheads the national My Name, My Identity Initiative in partnership with NABE for building a culture of respect by honoring others' names and identities.