CASE MANAGEMENT STAFF

Erica

ERIKA BERTOLDO, Case Management Coordinator, will be updating her bio shortly.

Jennifer Sandoval

JENNIFER SANDOVAL, Case Manager, is a Tucson transplant originally from Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. She is an Air Force Veteran and current military spouse, who shortly after her career in the service, began working towards her Masters Degree in Social Work. She is now a Licensed Masters Social Worker in the state of Arizona. She has a variety of experience in case management to include working in the behavioral health field, substance use treatment centers, homeless shelters, inpatient treatment centers, and extensive experience in the medical field, to include hospice, as a medical social worker. In her off time, she enjoys spending time with her husband, Bryen, and their two children, Riley and Avalynn. They are always seeking new adventures, hiking, traveling, and doing anything outdoors.

 

Photo by Tucson photographer Martha Lochert.

NORMAN ROUNDY, Case Manager, is new to our staff, and hasn’t had time (what with all the work keeping up with our cases) to get his description online yet. He’s working on it.

 

Diana Valenzuela
DIANA VALENZUELA, Assistant Case Manager, came to Fleming & Curti with two decades’ experience in the Tucson social service and advocacy community. Diana has worked with homelessness, Veterans, domestic violence victims, youth at risk, LGBTQ individuals and the mentally ill, just to name a few.

Diana is the President and co-founder of The Carlos G. Figueroa Foundation, a non-profit organization that arose out of her personal experiences with her late father, who died violently. She was the Program Manager of Truck54/Cafe54, a job training program for the mentally ill (and a darn good restaurant, to boot).

In addition to her extensive Tucson work history, Diana has been involved in advocacy work both locally and nationally. She is a Board member of the National Coalition for the Homeless, and has worked with advocacy groups for civil rights, protection of the homeless and mentally ill.