Lindsay Dal Porto


I graduated from California State University, Sacramento with a degree in Public Health. After graduating, I found myself working as an AmeriCorps member supporting at risk families make changes necessary to be successful. While in this position, I decided to change directions with my career and went on to pursue a Masters of Arts in Counseling with a school counseling emphasis.

Since graduating in 2011, I have worked as a substance abuse and anger management counselor for at-risk youth, an instructional assistant in a special day class with children on the Autism spectrum, and an Instructional Leader at a community school in El Dorado County teaching health and psychology electives.

I started with San Joaquin County Office of Education at the beginning of the 15/16 school year as the counselor at BFA and the Career Technical Education department. I am passionate about what I do and find fulfillment in seeing others achieve their own goals and aspirations. I am truly honored when I am able to be a part of that journey.  

 

“If you can’t fly then run, if you can’t run, then walk, if you can’t walk then crawl, but whatever you do you have to keep moving forward.”

-Martin Luther King Jr.