Haily Moon, BCom
Finance & Grants Management Specialist
Naseem Salehi, BS
Naseem graduated with honors from San Jose State University in Bachelor of Science in Finance. Prior to joining DBP and Adolescent Medicine at Stanford, she worked in the semiconductor industry, where she gained experience in Financial Analysis and Planning, as well as building and maintaining a financial planning model to capture revenue recognition.
Nadine Ciara Macaraeg, MPA
Nadine joined the DBP team in November of 2020. She supports Division Manager Sandy Mendel, Division Chief Heidi Feldman, Faculty and Staff. Nadine has a Masters in Public Administration and holds a bachelor's degree in child and adolescent development from San Francisco State University
Laura von Kampen, MS
Laura joined the DBP team in October of 2015. She supports Division Chief Heidi Feldman and Faculty and Fellows. Laura has a Masters in Clinical Psychology and worked counseling adolescents for many years.
Lauren Goddi, BA
Lauren joined the DBP team in October 2021 where she provides operational support to the clinical fellowship program. Previously, she worked in student and faculty programs at the Stanford King Center on Global Development. She has also worked at community health and education nonprofits in the areas of development, communications, community outreach and education, and grantmaking. Lauren holds a bachelor's degree in international studies with a concentration in culture, society and international politics from the University of Denver.
Crystal Escalante is an Intake Coordinator for Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics and has been with the department since 2015. She has over 10 years of experience working for children with mental health issues and serious emotional disorders. She also has 7 years of management experience in both medical and non-clinical roles. Her skill set has been a value in assisting the clinical team for Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics.
Xiomara Gervacio came on board with the Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics team as an intake coordinator in February 2016 and since then has taken the lead in facilitating our Middle Childhood program. Her experience as a certified medical assistant and administrative support is an asset to the team. She is bilingual and has been exceptional in serving our Spanish speaking families.
Coral Oropeza has worked for Stanford Children's Hospital since 2007 in the Neuroscience Department. She is bilingual in English and Spanish and provides excellent customer service. Coral focuses on coordinating services for children in the High Risk Infant Follow-up program.
Maria Isabel Robles