Shirley Lightfoot is Roscon Foundation's Education and Training Director who also helps oversee the community services division. Being a certified bilingual, educational supervisor, diagnostician and LLD teacher, she brings with her a very strong educational background that helps the Foundation with its community assistance programs. She also provide supplemental services, that of training low-income community members on computer literacy and communication skills. Shirley also holds a Masters degree that has given her high competency level where psychometric and perceptual assessments are required to ensure a high success rate on the company's training programs. She is currently working on her doctorate degree on education.
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