Sylvia Farber, owner and founder of 101 Advocacy, holds a BA in Special Education and Elementary Education from Florida Southern College and a Master's Degree in Special Education from Florida State University. Sylvia has 10 years experience in various special education settings, including classroom teacher, Special Education Department Head, and Alternative Certification Instructor. She has worked as an advocate helping families navigate the special education process since 2008.
Sylvia is the mother of three children--one with developmental delays.
Nancy Neugebauer Guido has a BS in Psychology, a Masters in Educational Psychology and a Doctorate Degree in Educational Administration, all from Texas A&M. Nancy has 40 years experience in the field of special education. She has served as a teacher, principal of special education campuses, and Director of Special Education.
Nancy has 2 children and 4 grandchildren. Her brother has a learning disability.
DeNette has a BA in Special Education and Elementary Education from The University of Texas. She received her Masters Degree from Texas A &M in Educational Administration. DeNette has 36 years experience in the field of special education. She served as a teacher, Area Special Education Coordinator, and Director of Special Education.
DeNette has 2 children and 5 grandchildren. Her son has a learning disability and 2 of her grandchildren have health related disabilities.
Cyndi is bilingual in Spanish and holds a BA in Psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and Alternative Certification in the areas of Generalist EC-4 and Special Education PK-12 from Region 20 Service Center. Cyndi has 10 years teaching experience in various special education settings, including self-contained, resource,
co-teach, and inclusion.
Cyndi is the mother of three children-one with multiple disabilities including cerebral palsy and visual impairment.