Founder and Director
Gloria Jones Ellis, M.A.
Gloria holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Vassar College and a master’s degree in clinical psychology from the University of Hartford. She has spent over 15 years in classrooms, clinics, and special education settings working with students who struggle with learning. She also possesses extensive assessment training in the fields of education, psychology, and neuropsychology, and over a decade of experience and success with academic intervention. Gloria is the creator of the Lighthouse Reading Solution™.
Intervention Programs and School Services Coordinator
Jamaica is pursuing her Master’s of Science in Educational Psychology at Capella University and holds degree’s in Biological Anthropology and World Religions from UCSD. She has a diverse background teaching children of all ages in a variety of settings and brings a wealth of experience to her work from teaching Elementary and Special Education and substituting in the Ojai Valley School District. She is passionate about working with students in the areas of reading comprehension, fluency and accuracy, written and verbal expression, and critical thinking.
Intervention Programs Coordinator
Jamie has a bachelor’s degree in Linguistics from University of California, Santa Barbara and a teaching credential in Special Education from California State University Monterey Bay. She worked with children for over five years as a special education teacher and as a tutor before coming to Lighthouse Learning Solutions.
Office Manager and Intervention Programs Instructor
Ojai Valley. She currently holds a Teacher Permit with the state of California. Her college education is in Liberal Studies with an emphasis in Child Development. Over the years, she has taught students in early childhood programs through sixth grade, including children with special needs. Ashley’s love for teaching and education continues to grow as she pursues ongoing training opportunities. Ashley’s goal is to share her lifelong love of learning and foster this same feeling in students and their families.