About LSG & Associates, Inc
We know student services can be better. That’s why we recruit and employ experienced,
committed professionals who are passionate about improving outcomes for all
children and all staff/systems. Our new Non Profit status allows us to receive donations and apply for grants to meet our mission of serving disadvantaged children and enhancing skills of community teachers and newly licensed professionals.
Our quality providers, many of whom are or have been school and district
leaders, believe in the power of a
student-focused, strength-based approach, and that those who serve
students deserve the training proven to improve student performance.
LSG and Associates Inc takes the work out of finding professionals with proven experience, current licensure, knowledge of best practices, and the willingness to serve around the state of New Mexico. We can find your perfect fit.
Laura Sullivan Gallegos, Ph.D., Executive Director of LSG and Associates Inc, has been working with schools and districts since 1976. She is Certified Positive Behavior Intervention and Support (PBIS) trainer, and holds a PhD in Organizational Learning and Instructional Technology. Her focus is a strengths-based approach to student planning as it impacts the performance of all students and teacher learning.
In her 30+ years working with students of all cultures, as well as with urban, rural, and reservation school systems, she has achieved improved outcomes for students and staff. These improved outcomes required a strong focus on effective systems of student service with a goal of long-term success, not merely the bottom line.
Dr. Gallegos retired from public education as a special education and health
services director in 2003, the same year she was chosen New Mexico Council of
Administrators of Special Education Administrator of the Year. She consulted
independently until 2012, and in 2014 founded LSG and Associates LLC. In Fall of 2017 Dr. Gallegos converted to a nonprofit (LSG and Associates Inc) to expand opportunities for under-served schools and disadvantaged students.