Veronica Moser obtained a Certificate in Patient Advocacy from the University of California, Los Angeles, and a B.A. in Business Administration with a concentration in accounting from California State University, Fullerton. Veronica’s experience lies in advocating for the healthcare needs of individuals, including developmentally disabled children and adults, as well as those affected by Alzheimer's and elderly dementia. She has undergone extensive training in self-advocacy practices, healthcare finance, conflict resolution, negotiation, leadership, person-centered thinking and planning, communication, and cultural competency. As a member of the Alliance of Professional Health Advocates, Veronica has completed facilitator training at various organizations, including the State Council on Developmental Disabilities, Autism Society of Los Angeles, and programs on person-centered planning and thinking at SCDD, SCLARC, ELARC, DDS, and the Autism Society of Los Angeles. Veronica actively engages in community outreach to communicate the available services for developmentally disabled individuals. Additionally, Veronica offers guidance and counsel to the SCLARC Board of Directors on various organizational issues and special projects. Furthermore, Veronica contributes to coaching and training developmentally disabled athletes, imparting team sports techniques, physical fitness, and promoting healthy lifestyles.