Ability Tools Information and Assistance Specialist
Inae Mendoza joined CFILC in October 2022 as a Program Specialist. Inae’s role is to specialize in Information and Assistance and aid individuals who contact the Ability Tools (AT) program and Digital Access Project (DAP). Inae has previously worked in education and has experienced the fulfillment of helping others. She takes pride in being an advocate for marginalized communities. When we all benefit, we all benefit.
She graduated from Cosumnes River College in July 2021 with an associate’s degree in Sociology and is now attending Sacramento State University in pursuit of her bachelor’s degree in Sociology. Outside of work, Inae likes to spend time with her family, friends, and hairless dog, Toltec. She enjoys traveling, watching movies, and trying new restaurants.