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Staff Directory

Please email or call the appropriate Team Leader if you would like to contact a specific SERESC consultant.

School Psychology Services

Dr. Nate Jones leads the School Based Psychology consulting team at SERESC and is the director of the Medical Educational Therapeutic Evaluation (METE) team. As a school psychologist, licensed psychologist, and BCBA, he provides a range of student evaluation and consultation services for students with complex educational, mental health, and medical needs in NH. He has provided numerous trainings at the local, state, and national level and led workgroups both at SERESC and with the NH Association of School Psychologists (NHASP) that developed COVID-19 related guidelines. Dr. Jones was the 2018 National School Psychologist of the Year and is a past president of the NH Association of School Psychologists and past delegate to the National Association of School Psychologists.

603-206-6800 x845

School Psychologists:

Dan Angell, Psy.D., NCSP

Samantha Broadhead, Ph.D., NCSP

Raina Shearer Chick, M.Ed., CAGS

Jean Dickson, M.Ed., CAGS, NCSP

Terri Drogue, M.Ed., CAGS

Jenny Duncan, CAGS, NCSP

Christina Flanders, Psy.D., NCSP

Brianna Gardyne, M.Ed., Ed.S., NCSP

Christine Gauthier, MA

Kate Grieve, Ed.S., NCSP

Bonnieta Kraft, MA, NCSP 

Lara Kroodsma, Psy.D.

Michelle C. Manseau, Ph.D.

Kirsten McGhee, Psy.D., BCBA

Dorothy Moerlein, MS, CAGS, NCSP

James Schofield, MA, CAGS, NCSP

Christopher Stoddard, Psy.D., NCSP

Kristina Styren, M.Ed., Ed.S, NCSP

Craig R. Thibaudeau, Psy.D. 

Laura Urie, M.Ed., Ed.S.

Lydia Zak, M.Ed., Ed.S.

Vision and Hearing Services

Kathy Skoglund leads the Hearing and Vision Services Team for SERESC. Kathy's experience includes 30 years as a public school special education administrator, many years as a SERESC educational consultant, and membership on several nonprofit boards, including the New Hampshire Association of Special Education Administrators (NHASEA) and the New Hampshire School Administrators Association (NHSAA). Kathy has also instructed undergraduate students in the special education process as an adjunct professor at Southern New Hampshire University.


Licensed Teachers of Students with Visual Impairments:

Kristin Herrick, M.Ed.

Claudia Libis, M.Ed.

Jennifer Nangle, M.Ed., CAES

Amy O'Brien, MS, Ed., CVI

Peggy Scholl, B.S.

Licensed Orientation and Mobility Specialists:

Claudia Libis, M.Ed., COMS

Jennifer Nangle, M.Ed., CAES

Licensed Teachers of Students who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing:


Christina Chadwick, M.Ed.

Linda Taylor, Ed.D.

     Speech-Language, Physical and Occupational Therapy Services
       Kathy McKechnie, M.S., CCC-SLP 
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Kathy McKechnie MS CCC-SLP has 40 years of experience in public school special education as a clinician, preschool special education administrator, and director of special services.  She has led teams in the design and implementation of system wide programs for behavior intervention, social-emotional development, social pragmatic language disorders, written language development, and autism. Kathy has been a member of many local and state leadership teams. She is currently a member of the College of Health and Human Services Connections and Counsel Board at the University of New Hampshire. Kathy is NH licensed and ASHA certified.

Occupational Therapists: 

Nicole Forrence, MS,OTR/L

Linda Lucas, MS, OTR/L

Physical Therapists:

Mary Fontaine, MS, RPT

Tara Holbrook, DPT, RPT

Susanne McAllister, MS, RPT

Speech-Language Therapists:

Kailey Avery, MS, CCC-SLP

Michele Dinsmore, MS, CCC-SLP

Mary Ann Melizzi-Golja, MA, CCC-SLP

Jill Horan, MA, CCC-SLP

Karen Howell, MS, CCC-SLP

Kelsey McKechnie, MS, CCC-SLP

AAC Specialists:

Michele Dinsmore, MS, CCC-SLP

Special Educators:

Amy O'Brien, MS-Ed., TVI

Stacy Orr, M.Ed., SLD

Sarah Sherman, M.Ed.

Marie Wilson, M.Ed.

Literacy Specialists:

Kimberly Hollock, M.Ed.

      Special Education Services

         Stacy Orr, M.Ed., SLD                                                                                                            
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Stacy Orr, M.Ed., SLD, is a veteran New Hampshire teacher, special educator and diagnostician. She joined the SERESC team in 2020 after spending twenty years providing comprehensive services and evaluations to youth of all ages, ranging from preschool through post-secondary transition. Stacy is a strong advocate for students of all abilities and believes in a holistic collaborative approach. Stacy holds undergraduate degrees in Education and Psychology, a master’s degree in Education with specialization in Curriculum and Instruction, and an endorsement in Specific Learning Disabilities. Along with her advanced degrees, Stacy holds qualifications as a comprehensive leadership specialist.                                   

      Applied Behavior Analysis Services

         Clélia Sigaud, PsyD, BCBA-D                                                                                                           
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   Systems Consultation

      Samantha Broadhead, Ph.D., NCSP

      Team Co-Leader

      Eric Mann, M.S.W.
      Team Co-Leader                                                                          603-206-6820

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Eric Mann, M.S.W. has been an Social Emotional Learning (SEL) consultant for 20 years, with additional prior experience as an educator, psychotherapist, and special education administrator.  His areas of expertise include SEL school-wide integration, Tier 2 systems guidance, and EBD and other types of special ed program development.  Eric is also a skilled coach, presenter, and trainer, and a designated Master Trainer in Life Space Crisis Intervention (LSCI).


Samantha Broadhead, Ph.D., NCSP joined SERESC in 2018 as an SEL consultant and school psychologist.  She has a Ph.D. in Counseling and School Psychology and has utilized her expertise in both public school and residential settings.  Sam's system-based consultations maintain a foundation of SEL through a Multi-Tiered System of Support (MTSS) structure.  Sam represents SERESC on the MTSS-B Advisory Committee for the NH MTSS-B Technical Assistance Center.  Like Eric, Sam is an accomplished presenter, coach, and trainer.

                                                                 SERESC STATE & REGIONAL PROJECTS

Tim Lena,
Southern Rockingham Coalition for Healthy Youth (SoRock) Project Director       

Shelli Roberts,  New Hampshire Afterschool Network (NHAN) Project Director                                                                                                                                                                          
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Clelia Sigaud, Psy.D, BCBA-D is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst-Doctoral and a certified School Psychologist. Her background is in special education, with a focus on individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities who engage in severe problem behavior.  Clelia holds a Master's degree in Special Education, a Master's degree in Educational Psychology and a Psy.D. in School Psychology.  She completed her postdoctoral fellowship at the Neurobehavioral Unit at the Kennedy Krieger Institute in Maryland and at SERESC.


Applied Behavior Analysis Services Team:

Clélia Sigaud, PsyD, BCBA-D

Brittnay Duguay, MS, BCBA, LABA


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