University of La Verne ∙ La Verne, CA
Doctor of Education, Organizational Leadership
University of Redlands ∙ Redlands, CA
Master of Arts in Education, Pupil Personnel Services Credential (PPSC)
University of Southern California ∙ Los Angeles, CA
Bachelor of Arts in Sociology
September 2023- present
Program Specialist, Counseling Support
Lead and collaborate with district-wide staff to incorporate organizational assessments and tools reflective of the school’s needs.
Provide professional development in evidence based SEL, RJ, PBIS, and/or school counseling.
Partner with stakeholders to facilitate the continuous planning, development, implementation, and evaluation of the school climate programs.
Leverage achievement and behavioral data as well as process, perception, and outcome data to identify concerns and celebrate the attainment of goals.
August 2022 - September 2023
Coordinator, TK-12 School Counseling Services
Originated the inaugural county-wide mentoring program to foster community and cultivate learning between new and veteran School Counselors.
Created content for support and implementation of professional development initiatives related to school counseling using the 3 ASCA domains as a framework.
Developed and implemented professional opportunities for District and Site level school counseling staff, administrators, and district leaders.
Lead and collaborated on project to place over 50 School-Based Mental Health Professionals and Clinical Supervisors at school sites throughout the county.
September 2022 - present
Collaboratively work with a team to create and connect educators to opportunities to at the policy level
Develop Op-Ed publications discussing current practices, trends, and recommendations for public education in the state and nationally.
Meet and discuss with Educational and political leaders regarding the landscape of education.
Advocate for students and staff that are part of a marginalized community.
2022-2024 admissions cycles
UC Berkeley External Application Reader
Used professional judgment to review complex applications for admission to the university.
Assessed applicants for motivation, initiative, leadership potential, work/life experience, extracurricular activities, socioeconomic status, disabilities, and educational / personal hardship.
Exercised ability to interpret and communicate University policies and procedures to prospective students and the public.
Executed thorough knowledge of secondary school policies and practices, particularly as related to curriculum, standardized testing, extracurricular activities, transcript issues, etc.
July 2018 - August 2022
District Lead Counselor
Administered systemic practices to improve college-going culture, student engagement and professional development.
Coordinated efforts to improve delivery of service and awareness of innovative approaches in education.
Facilitated projects, dialogue, and communication between Counseling departments at the site level and Education Services department at the district level.
Utilized multiple sources to acquire data to monitor and improve student behavior and achievement.
August 2008 -2013;
Managed caseload of approximately 400-450 students offering academic advisement to develop a graduation plan for high school and post-secondary education.
Communicated efficiently and served as liaison between parents, staff, students and community to provide needed information, prevention and intervention.
Implemented programs and strategies to challenge students academically and educate them on transitioning into adulthood.
Researched and interpret data relevant to promote a college-going culture on campus as well as equipping students with resources to prepare them for the workforce.
About Dr. Lee
A leader with experience in School Counseling, Equity and Inclusion as well as a myriad of domains. I advocate to provide a quality education to all students. Implementing systems and practices according to data and student need I work collaboratively with all stakeholders to foster overall progress.
"Noaveyar sets high expectations and standards with all students; she is dedicated to their well-being and success. I cannot sufficiently express how valuable she is to our Counseling team."
Rialto HS Counseling Department Chair
"Dr. Lee is a team player who follows through on her commitments. I have been impressed during this time of distance learning, that she continues to be just as effective in making students and staff feel heard and in her follow through of tasks that she has committed to support."