Regional Vice President, California
Ms. Ferrall has more than 30 years of experience working in the field of developmental disabilities with adults, children, and infants. She is responsible for the oversight and development of programs for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities throughout the State of California to include Supported Living Services, Group Homes, Specialized Residential Facilities, and Day Programs.
Ms. Ferrall establishes organizational priorities, secures resources, is an integral part of strategic planning, and promotes person centered practices to meet the organization and individual’s goals.
Prior to joining CPES, Ms. Ferrall served as the Deputy Administrator for the State of Nevada Aging and Disability Services Division where she had oversight responsibility of three Regional Centers, an ICF/IDD, over 6,200 persons with intellectual disabilities and related conditions, and more than 500 staff.
Ms. Ferrall received her Master’s in Special Education with a focus on autism and severe disabilities from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and also holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.