My name is Amy Perdigone, and this is my seventh year at WBAIS. I am an educator with 19 years of experience and I continue to be full of curiosity, compassion and have a strong desire to help all students succeed. One of the things I enjoy most about working with young learners is having the privilege to help guide them though each special and unique stage of development.
As a life-long learner, my education career started in Los Angeles, California, where I earned a BA in Sociology and minored in Education at UCLA. I have an MS in School Counseling with a Pupil Personnel Credential (PPSC) from SFSU. In addition, I am a member of both ISCA (International School Counselor Association) and ASCA (American School Counselor Association), and I attend conferences sponsored by these organizations and others regularly. I have enjoyed school counseling in both the high school and elementary school settings from California, Saudi Arabia, to Israel.
Even Yehuda is not only the area where I work, but it is also where live and enjoy calling home with my five-year-old daughter. I care deeply about the community I serve and my door is always open to support students and families.