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Olga earned her Licentiate degree in Psychology from the National Autonomous Monterrey University in Costa Rica, and has worked for over twenty years in the area of mental health with children and families in Costa Rica and Colorado.
In Eagle County, Olga has worked with Eagle County School District, Colorado West Mental Health, Eagle County Government Fifth Judicial District, and Colorado Mountain College. Olga formerly had a private counseling practice specializing in early childhood mental health consultation and family engagement. Olga has also facilitated the Family Leadership Training Institute locally, is a parent group leader for the Incredible Years Parenting Program, and provides presentations and training for professionals working in the areas of mental health and social services. Currently, Olga serves on several Boards and advisory groups including the Healthy Communities Advisory Board, Law Enforcement Immigrant Advisory Committee, the Total Health Alliance, and Neighborhood Navigators.
Olga became the Program Coordinator for ECP’s Family Resource Center, Family Connect, in 2019.