About

LIGHTHOUSE

​EDUCATIONAL

CONSULTING

GROUP 

Founder and CEO​

Dr. Patricia Brent - Sanco has been part of the education community for over 24 years. She is currently the Director of Equity, Access, and Instructional Services for the Lynwood Unified School District. In her role she is responsible for the development, implementation, and evaluation of the LUSD Equity Plan, Cultural Proficiency Professional Development, Equity services for parents and students, Federal and State compliance, LCAP development, categorical budgets, migrant education, EL assessment, after school and enrichment programs, as well as sub group data analysis. Dr. Sanco served as a successful middle school teacher, assistant principal as well as both elementary and middle school principal.        

 

Dr. Sanco was the recipient of the 2014 Los Angeles County Child Support Services Educator Award, and the PTA Golden Oak Award- their highest honor. In 2015 Dr. Sanco co-founded the Unity Networking Organization for African American Female Educators. Dr. Sanco is currently the CEO of The Lighthouse Educational Consulting Group. Dr. Sanco holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from Hampton University, a Master’s Degree in Educational Administration from Cal State Dominguez Hills, and a Doctorate of Education Degree in Educational Leadership with a concentration on Urban School Leadership from the University of Southern California. Dr. Sanco is the proud mom of two beautiful daughters, Courtney Joy and Cassidy Jade.

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DR. PATRICIA BRENT-SANCO

DR. VERONICA BLOOMFIELD

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Lead Equity Consultant

Dr. Veronica Bloomfield has worked in the field of education for over 15 years. As a classroom teacher, literacy specialist, Author, and diversity consultant she maintains a focus on relationship building and culturally sustaining practices. Veronica is passionate about family and community involvement, meeting the needs of English Learners, African American students, Asian Pacific American students, and equitable outcomes for students and families. As a doctoral candidate, her research focused on whiteness, privilege, and the curriculum of family life.

Dr. Bloomfield previously served as a Coordinator for Educational Enrichment Services and is currently a Director of Early Childhood Education. Dr. Bloomfield holds a Masters Degree Cultural Studies, Emphasis on “Race” and Racism, Claremont Graduate University, a Masters Degree Education & Multiple Subject Teaching Credential, Claremont Graduate University and a Ph.D. In Education, Emphasis on Cultural and Curricular Studies, Chapman University.

She is a dedicated Equity Warrior who seeks to understand as well as provide understanding.