Educational Team

Jessica Yee
Elementary Program

Jessica is a native of the Bay Area. She is a recent graduate of San Francisco State University where she received her special education credential in mild/moderate with an autism authorization, and is currently working towards her autism certificate. Prior to that, Jessica attended Sonoma State University where she received her BA in Liberal Arts along with her multiple subjects credential. She volunteers to coach CYO girls volleyball on her free time. She enjoys the outdoors and has a real passion for working with kids.

Tin Fan Callister
Elementary Program

Tin is a San Francisco Bay Area native. Tin taught for three years at the Oak Hill School, a K-12 school for students with Autism. Last year, she relocated to Portland, Oregon and taught at Victor Academy, a similar program serving students with Autism. She holds a dual credential in Multiple Subjects and Special Education with a Master's in Special Education and a Certificate in Autism.

Sherry Apostol, M.A.
Secondary Program

Sherry has been working in the field of Autism for the past six years. She earned her B.A. in Behavioral Science with an emphasis in Psychology from San Jose State University. Prior to joining Wings, Sherry was the Senior Therapist in a language-based early intervention program for over five years. During this time, she was also a Senior Therapist specializing in Applied Behavior Analysis. Sherry spent the past year student teaching and interning in a nearby school district. She is in her last semester at Notre Dame de Namur University where she will earn her special education teaching credential, specializing in both Mild/Moderate and Moderate/Severe disabilities in addition to her M.A. in Special Education. Sherry also plans to pursue her BCBA certification.

Yosana Tewolde
Secondary Program

Yosana was born and raised in Menlo Park. She graduated from the University of San Diego with her B.A. in Sociology. Yosana then received her M.A. in Education and Human Development with an emphasis in Special Education for Children with Emotional and Behavioral Disabilities (EBD) from George Washington University. While attending graduate school, she completed her student teaching at Kingsbury Day School in Washington, D.C., a school for kids with learning disabilities. She is excited for her first year as a teacher at Wings Learning Center!

Kevin Skidmore, M.S.
Secondary Program

Kevin received a Bachelor’s of Art Education from Ohio State University and became a credentialed art teacher. He relocated to California and continued his education at San Diego State University and completed the coursework for a special education credential, he then completed his special education credential and received a Master’s of Science in Special Education with an Autism credential from the Dominican University of California. He previously worked as a lead teacher at the Cypress School in Petaluma for three years and at Oak Hill School in San Anselmo for five.