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Product Training Support

We want all our teachers to be successful with the tools we provide.

  • We offer training in English, Spanish or both
  • All of our trainers are experts in their respective fields and ALL have classroom experience.
  • Training can be conducted via Zoom, in-person or in a customized way that works best for you and your teachers.
  • Access to our amazing program authors is possible, they are ready and willing to roll up their sleeves and work with you.

For more information please contact:

Jan Lombardi
Direct: (714) 516-8302


Meet our trainers

Nancy Herrera

Fifteen years ago, my adventure as an educator began. Ever since, I’ve had a passion for children’s literature. After four years of teaching, I pursued my Masters as a Literacy Specialist. Two years later, I pursued a Masters in Early Childhood Administration/Principals.

Since then, my goal has always been to give children the gift of reading. Children need to read stories about adventures so that they can travel through literature. I want the children that I help to read well and to develop a passion for reading.

I am grateful for the opportunity Pacific Learning has given to me. Being part of a great educational publisher that is also passionate about learning is something I am proud of!

When I’m given the chance to lead a group on Professional Development, it allows me to share my knowledge to the great educators and administrators in the field. I feel that it’s a chance to give back and I really enjoy it!

“The More That You READ, The More Things you will Know. The More That You Learn The More Places You Will Go”
– Dr. Seuss

Kerry Gavett

Kerry Gavett is the primary author of the Spanish phonics curriculum for early reading called El camino al éxito. She has over 10 years’ experience teaching reading interventions to small groups of kindergarten through 2nd grade students learning to read in Spanish. Kerry led a team of educators at Metzger Elementary School in Oregon to create the curriculum, which provides extra support for kindergarten students who are not making good progress with their core reading program. The curriculum was so successful in moving students forward, that Karen Twain, the principal of the school (who went on to lead the Oregon Governor’s Reading Initiative), declared that “El camino al éxito was one of the things that was instrumental in Metzger receiving the “Closing the Achievement Gap” award 3 times in the state of Oregon.”