Center Director/Center Owner
Yomaira is richly experienced as a Sensory Motor Coach, Academic Coach and Assessment Administrator in her extensive service with Brain Balance. With the knowledge and skills she obtained from these positions, Yomaira took on the role of Program Director for over five years at two different Brain Balance locations in the Los Angeles area. Graduating college with a Bachelor’s Degree as a dual major in Sociology and Spanish Language (bilingual), she has studied extensively in the fields of family system dynamics, as well as childhood growth and maturation processes. Prior to her time with Brain Balance, Yomaira had a long practical work history as a leader in Supplemental Educational Services (SES), a Lead Tutor in after-school learning programs, and a volunteer in group home services for challenged youth. As a parent and educator, Yomaira passionately believes in the families and children she serves. She is a committed team-player, a hands-on leader, and a mentor for her Palmdale Team. As an Owner and Center Director, Yomaira’s core conviction is that every child is unique and deserves care that is carefully individualized, specialized, and designed to release that child’s full promise into their future.
Paola, a Palmdale Native, comes to Brain Balance with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Biology from Point University (2014) and a Masters in Coaching and Athletic Administration from Concordia University Irvine in 2016. She worked in geriatrics as a care-taker and has worked with children since 2012.
She has coached cross country running at the collegiate level and has always had an eagerness when it comes to working and helping others. Paola has always had a passion working with kids, but she truly realized how much she loved it while working at an elementary school with children working through their social and behavioral challenges.
She is excited about working with Brain Balance where she can truly help children overcome many of their challenges. It is an absolute honor for her to work at Brain Balance because she enjoys giving back and working with the community.
Jenna has her degree is Child and Family Education and also has her teacher’s permit recognized by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing. She is CPR and first aid certified. She has spent five years teaching children and is a former foster parent.
Jenna has a beautiful 8 year old son. When her son was born, she started studying child development to better care for her son. She fell in love with the whole-child approach while studying and had the most passionate professors and classmates who helped her through school, as well as helped raise her son.
The love and care which surrounded her, encouraged Jennifer to do everything possible to help children, families, teachers and the community come together for the better of the child’s health,
mind, and spirit. Children are her passion, and her ultimate goal, while working with children and families, is to put the same passion in their hearts as she has in hers.
Zamaire was born in Los Angeles, California and has lived in Palmdale since the age of 2 years old. He graduated from the University of Antelope Valley with a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice. Since graduating from Palmdale High School, he worked for Palmdale School District as a sports coach and also helped with their Associated Student Body (ASB). While with the school district, he coached basketball, soccer, and volleyball. With the help from a local middle school ASB leadership class, he started a local foundation which aims aims to bring emergency first responders together with the community they serve.
Zamaire said, “I am excited to work for Brain Balance for I can have that opportunity to continue helping children with any challenges that they are facing because nothing is impossible. “