Community Partnerships of Idaho, an agency supporting children, teens and adults with developmental disabilities, has hired two new directors.
Dawn Stalberg will work as director of autism training and consultation. In this position, she will build family education and autism training programs and provide therapeutic consultation and habilitation intervention training. Stalberg has worked as a special education teacher, behavioral specialist and autism specialist. In her private practice as an autism specialist, she developed services for schools, families and agencies. She earned her master’s degree in special education from the University of Oregon.
Bibiana Nertney will work as communication and community development director. In this position, she will lead Community Partnership’s integrated marketing, public relations, community development, communications and research programs. She most recently worked as administrator of marketing and communications for the Idaho Department of Commerce.