Meet the Staff
Miami Cerebral Palsy administrators collectively have over 200 years of experience in the field of development disabilities supporting individuals in the areas of medical, education, habilitation, therapeutic, facility operations and staff development. The years of combined experience have resulted in Miami Cerebral Palsy being nationally recognized for several consecutive years as one of the best companies to work for by Training Magazine Top 125 and as recipients of the prestigious National Moving Mountains Award, provided by the University of Minnesota.
Marta E. Morin, M.Ed., in Special Education, Adult Education, Administration and Supervision, Certified in K-12 and Adult Education, Chief Operating Officer
Marta has over 40 years of experience with working in the field of developmental disabilities/special education and oversees the overall operation for Miami Cerebral Palsy. Responsible for ensuring compliance with all local, federal and state regulations and providing guidance, leadership and consultation to key top management personnel in an agency of 300 employee’s. Marta is a receipient of the Honorable Wilkie D. Ferguson, Jr. Lifetime Achievement Award.
Migdalia Santiago, Master in Non-Profit Management with Health Administration Certificate, Executive Director
Migdalia has over 30 years of experience with working in the field of developmental disabilities and oversees the day to day operation to include oversight of the residential facility Administrators, Lifelong Learning Program Director, Therapy Director, Psychologist, Case Manager, Director of Nursing, and Medical Director.
Patricia Riboul, M.S. in Human Resources, Certified Human Resource Manager, Director of Human Resources
Pat has over 20 years of professional experience with working in the field of Human Services and oversees the functions of the Human Resources Department, including but not limited to; recruitment, talent management, employee relations, training, risk management and safety, benefits, EEOC, performance management and ensuring compliance with all personnel legal requirements.
Travis A. Morin, Staff Learning and Development Specialist
Travis has over 14 years of experience in working in the field of developmental disabilities with staff development, and with people with developmental disabilities in both residential and lifelong learning and is responsible for staff development and ensuring compliance with all training for each employee. Travis also serves as program administrator for the agencies Learning Management System.
Barbara Rodriguez, RN, MS in Health Services Administration, Director of Nursing
Barbara has 14 years of professional experience as a registered nurse with an emphasis in behavioral health as well worked as a DON overseeing a team of healthcare professionals, ensuring the highest quality of care in the home health care services arena.
Jeff Cornett, Director of Physical Plant and Operations.
Jeff has over 30 years’ of professional experience working with ICF/IDD physical plants. He insures compliance and over sees operations of the Maintenance departments providing technical and physical plant support to employees and individuals receiving services. He also oversees Emergency Management, Life Safety, and the Transportation Department.
Christopher Mazzarella, M.A. in Psychology, Board Certified Behavior Analyst, Psychologist, Admissions Coordinator.
Christopher has over 30 years of professional experience working in the field of developmental disabilities and is the agency’s psychologist and certified behavior analyst. He is responsible for assessing and developing behavior supports. He is also responsible for supporting the case manager with all agency admissions and for supervision of the Lifelong Learning program university level psychology internship program.
Camille Tapper, B.S. in Special Education, ESOL certified, Administrator of the 80th Street ICF Facility
Camille has over 30 years of professional experience in working in the field of developmental disabilities and serves as the administrator for the 80th Street Intermediate Care facility.
Anna Moor, M.Ed. and Computer Science, Administrator of the Sunset ICF Facility
Anna has over 20 years professional experience, Fourteen years were spent working for the Miami Dade County Public School system as a licensed, certified teacher and serves as the administrator for the Sunset Intermediate Care Facility.
Maria Rego, B.S. in Special Education, Administrator of the NW 2nd Street Facility
Maria has over 35 years professional experience working in the field of developmental disabilities and serves as the administrator for the NW 2nd Street Intermediate Care facility.
Lynne Lejuez Rattigan-Grey, R.N, M.S. in Health Services Administration, Administrator of the Braddock Facility
Lynne has over 19 years professional experience working in the field of developmental disabilities and serves as the administrator for the Braddock Intermediate Care facility which specializes in Ventilation Care.
Luis Paz-Soldan, PT, Director of Therapies
Luis has 30 years of professional experience as a licensed physical therapist with over 20 years professional experience in the field of developmental disabilities. Luis is responsible for complete oversight of the Therapy Department including occupational therapy, speech therapy and the adaptive equipment department, which is responsible for fabrication of specialized equipment.
Antonio M. Rodriguez, MD, FAAP, Medical Director
Antonio has over 30 years of professional experience in working in the field of developmental disabilities and is the agency’s Medical Director. He is responsible for overseeing the medical health care of all the residents and provides direction to the director of nursing, infection preventionist, health care coordinators and over sixty-five nurses in the delivery of all health care services for the residents of MCP.