Meet Our Staff
Liz Dillard, MSOTR/l, CHT is the President and Director of Clinical Operations at Indigo. She has a Master's Degree in Occupational Therapy and an undergraduate degree in Psychology. She has been an occupational therapist since 1989. Liz has worked in a variety of settings including private practice, schools, outpatient orthopedic clinics, acute care hospitals, DD waiver, home healthcare, early childhood intervention and rehabilitation centers. She has advanced certification in hand therapy in addition to her experience in pediatrics and is certified in myofascial therapy trigger point release. Liz also taught Kinesiology and Applied Orthopedics at the University of New Mexico Graduate School for Occupational Therapy. She specializes in orthopedic upper extremity rehab, pain and working with infants with torticollis. She has provided numerous lectures on sensory processing and on upper extremity therapy in the community. When Liz is not working, she enjoys golfing, rv'ing, watching the Steelers, painting, drawing, socializing with family, home renovation projects, watching movies and reading.
Terry B. Dillard is the Vice President and Director of Business Operations at Indigo. He has a degree in electrical engineering and 22+ years of experience in operations and business management. Terry is proficient with numbers, computers, and trouble shooting. He works diligently to make sure that our billing and books are in great shape! He loves the Steelers, golfing, rv'ng and is frequently working on home projects when not "at work".
Martha Ramirez, COTA has been working in the Occupational Therapy field as a Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant since 2001. She has been employed in long term care, birth to 3 program, home health, and early intervention and school age populations in rural communities. She now enjoys sharing her expertise with pre-school and school aged children. On her days off her interests are spinning, body pump, reading, listening to music, cooking, and teaching catechism. She is a volunteer lector and leads rosaries at her church when requested.
Linda Signorelli, COTA is a Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant and is a retired special education teacher at the middle-school level. She has many years of experience working with children in a variety of settings.
David Jackson, COTA: Bio. Coming Soon!
Beulah Kellywood, COTA: Bio Coming Soon!
Linda Snell-Gonzalez, SLP: Linda received her Speech Language degree from the University of Kansas and her Masters degree in deaf education from the University of Kansas Medical Center. She has endorsements for teaching the severely profoundly disabled, hearing impaired, speech language impaired, reading, special education, learning disabled, and emotionally disabled. She has worked 45+ years in private clinics, public schools, preschool-high school, rehab hospitals, nursing homes, and has taught in classrooms as well as been an itinerant teacher and therapist. She works with both Spanish and English speaking children and adults.
Patricia Beckett, SLP-CCC: Bio. Coming Soon!
Jennifer Zapach, SLP-CCC: Bio Coming Soon!
Michelle Palmer, SLP-CCC: Bio. Coming Soon!
Antoinette Artiaga, SLP-CCC: Bio. Coming Soon!
Tariq Ahmed, SLP-CCC: fills in as needed for our regular SLP staff.
Matthew Dillard Therapy tech. manager and also provides therapy tech services, works as an administrative and billing assistant and is in the COTA program at Brown Mackie College.
Jessica Dillard:Therapy tech. manager, administrative and "Back Office" assistant. She loves shopping!
Mark Romero: manages our volunteer program, provides therapy tech services and administrative assistance.
Heather Marts:Therapy Technician and administrative assistance.
Natalie Torres: Reception/Front Office Manager
Natalie answers the phones, completes intakes and scheduling, coordinates client care, collects co-payments and gets insurance authorizations. She enjoys dancing with DXS dance company and specializes in Hip Hop and Jazz. She also enjoys photography.
Melody Donovan: Front Office Receptionist
Eugenia Torres: Building Sanitation