Nicole Mancini is a Licensed School Psychologist and Licensed Florida Educator and has been working in the field of education for over 10 years. She has experience conducting neuropsychoeducational evaluations and diagnostic assessments, developing educational and behavioral plans for school-age children, as well as, serving as an educator and program coordinator in the public and private sectors.
Nicole attended the University of Miami, where she participated in Project SUCCEED in correlation with the Miami Museum of Science and was also chosen as a member of the Dean’s Dozen. She graduated with Honors and received a Bachelor of Science degree in Physics, with Minors in Mathematics and Secondary Education. Upon graduation, Nicole worked as an educator and program coordinator in the public school system. She received a Superintendent Quality Award as a Sterling Committee member, as well as, Coordinator of the Year and Outstanding Angel awards for her service in the SECME-STEM program.
Nicole then earned her degree as an Educational Specialist in School Psychology from Florida International University. Beginning in 2012, Nicole joined the Child Provider Specialists to complete her School Psychology internship, followed by three years of post-graduate residency. Nicole currently services the Weston and North Miami locations, conducting school neuropsychoeducational evaluations and working with children diagnosed with various developmental disabilities and learning challenges and their families. She holds Florida certification in School Psychology (PK-12), Physics (6-12), and Mathematics (6-12) and is also trained in Gifted education. Nicole resides in Plantation with her husband and four daughters.