Upcoming Webinar

Expert Office Hours

Undivided's mission is to connect families raising kids with disabilities to the resources they need to thrive. Join us for a virtual Q&A session with Undivided's experts in special education and IEPs as well as public benefits like Regional Center and Medi-Cal. You'll be able to attend small breakout rooms with each specialist and ask your pressing questions!

RSVP below to register for our virtual Office Hours event and get the link to attend in your email.

December 8, 2022 1:00 pm PT


Free to Attend

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About the speakers


Lisa Carey

Undivided Education Advocate

Lisa Carey has worked with hundreds of families as an education advocate both on her own and with an amazing mentor. She has completed many educational opportunities to further her knowledge, including COPAA’s SEAT program, Wrightslaw workshops, parent advocacy and mentoring through the Special Needs Network, and the TIGER program through the Learning Rights Law Center. She is an Undivided Navigator and IEP specialist as well as mom of three boys.


Lisa Concoff Kronbeck

Undivided Public Benefits Specialist

Lisa Concoff Kronbeck, has both personal and professional experience in the disability community. Her daughter Leah was born two months early with Down syndrome, esophageal atresia, congenital diaphragmatic hernia, and congenital heart defects, and relies on a g-tube (feeding tube), Daniel Tiger cartoons, and Sesame Street for daily sustenance. Before Leah was born, Lisa was an advocate at a disability rights nonprofit, working primarily in the public benefits unit with services like Medi-Cal, In-Home Supportive Services, and Social Security Disability Insurance. Lisa also identifies as a person with disabilities.


Kelly Hatfield

Undivided Lead Navigator and Education Specialist

Kelly Hatfield, M.A., was a special education teacher for seventeen years, working in both public and private schools. For twelve of those years, she was a reading and math specialist at Park Century School. She has also worked as an educational therapist. Advocating for her daughter got her recognized by Culver City Unified School District (CCUSD), and she was invited to join both the Equity Advisory Council and Special Education District Advisory Committee, so she can help advocate for all CCUSD students. She is also a big believer in social-emotional learning and volunteered to teach weekly social- emotional classes in some classrooms at her kids’ elementary school.