Meet Our Board of Directors

Beverly Sandock, Ph.D., President

Beverly Sandock, Ph.D., has a private practice and specializes in ADHD and Learning Disabilities as they impact adults and children in academic and workplace settings. Work with clients includes in-depth learning strategies intervention and utilization of coaching principles and techniques for clients with and without Attention Deficit Disorder and Learning Disabilities. She has over 10 years’ experience at the college level, many of which were as Associate Director, at the S.A.L.T. Center at University of Arizona. Beverly earned her masters is in Education (Reading) from American University. Her Ph.D. in Higher Education is from University of Arizona. She has worked in administrative and nonprofit positions in addition to working in education settings which is invaluable in assisting clients at all stages of their lives.

Suzy Brown, Treasurer

Suzy Brown is passionate about being the Treasurer for the Learning Disabilities Association (LDA) Arizona. She is the Research Administrator for the Research, Innovation & Impact (RII) Business Center at the University of Arizona with over 17 years of experience. She received her Bachelor of Science from Boston College and her Master of Business Administration from the University of Arizona. She enjoys spending time with her husband, two boys and three cats.

Ellen Dubiel, Secretary

Bio coming soon! 

Kathryn Haskew, Director

Kathryn Haskew, CAGS, NCSP, ABNSP was a practicing school psychologist in the Valley for 19 years, emphasizing the importance of assessment, family advocacy and engagement, collaborative team practices, transition to postsecondary education and employment, and school-based crisis prevention, intervention, and response. After the 2021-22 school year, she transitioned to private practice and currently serves as the Director of Academic Services for Beljan Psychological Services. Kate’s background enables her to integrate neuropsychological principles and educational practices to assist students and families in understanding unique learning needs and facilitating progress within the school system. Kate earned her Bachelor’s degree in psychology from Texas Tech University. She completed her Masters in Applied Educational Psychology and Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies in School Psychology, both from Northeastern University. Kate completed a post-graduate, intensive certification program in school neuropsychology, earning the status of Diplomate in School Neuropsychology from the American Board of School Neuropsychology. In addition to serving LDA, she is a member of the board of directors for The Centers for Habilitation (TCH) in Tempe. Other professional memberships include Council of Parent Attorneys and Advocates, National Association of School Psychologists, and Arizona Association of School Psychologists.

Gabrielle E. Miller, Ed.D., Immediate Past President

Gabrielle E. Miller, EdD, is the Assistant Vice Provost for Learning Services and Executive Director of the SALT Center at the University of Arizona. She leads one of the nation’s most prestigious programs for undergraduates who learn differently. The SALT Center consists of a large multi-disciplinary team of professionals providing a comprehensive range of services to students with learning and attention challenges. She also oversees the newly formed applied, multidisciplinary research unit within the SALT Center, Bartlett Labs. Dr. Miller began her career as a special education teacher in Queen Anne’s County Maryland public school system where her interests in transition at all stages of development (early education, adolescent, and post-secondary), family engagement, and research to practice began. She earned her bachelor’s degree in elementary and special education from the University of Delaware and completed her Masters and Doctorate in special education and administration at The Johns Hopkins University.