2024 Region 6 Summit


Saturday, January 27, 2024

7:30 AM – 3:45 PM

Breakfast and Lunch Included with Registration

This event is made possible by a partnership with the BOOST Collaborative, the Stanislaus County Office of Education and the Region 6 System of Support Expanded Learning Program.

Schedule At A Glance

7:30am – 8:15am              Sign-in | Networking | Breakfast

8:15am-8:30am                Welcome & Opening

8:30am – 8:45am              Comfort Break/Transition

8:45am – 10:00am            Workshop I (1.25 hours)

10:00am – 10:10am          Comfort Break/Transition

10:10am – 11:25am          Workshop II (1.25 hours)

11:25am – 11:30am          Comfort Break/Transition

11:30am – 12:15pm          Lunch & Networking

12:15pm – 12:30pm          Comfort Break/Transition

12:30pm – 1:45pm            Workshop III (1.25 hours)

1:45pm – 1:55pm              Comfort Break/Transition

1:55pm – 3:10pm              Workshop IV (1.25 hours)

3:10pm – 3:20pm              Comfort Break/Transition

3:20pm – 3:45pm              Closing | Overall Evaluation | Raffle

Visit our online exhibit hall https://boostcafe.org/vendor_market_place/



2024 Legacy Summit Brochure

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Meet Your Trainers

Gabriela B. Delgado (she/her/hers)
Founder/Owner, Saving Our Starfish, Chula Vista, CA


Gabriela B. Delgado has worked in education for over 23 years serving youth, families, schools, and community organizations with youth program design and implementation; student/family engagement; trauma responsive approaches; safety and crisis response. Gabriela is also a grant professional and has secured over $100M in funding. She has a Master of Arts in Education/Counseling from Point Loma Nazarene University and a Master of Public Administration from San Diego State University. She enjoys spending time with family, traveling, and having fun with her dog! Her top five strengths are: Achiever, Discipline, Developer, Input, and Relator.


Daniel Hatcher (he/him/his)
Senior Director of Strategic Partnerships, Alliance for a Healthier Generation, Washington, D.C.


Daniel Hatcher is the Senior Director of Strategic Partnerships at the Alliance for a Healthier Generation where he has served since 2008. During his time at Healthier Generation, Daniel developed and led a national youth advisory board and helped create afterschool standards for healthy eating and physical activity. A nationally recognized workshop facilitator, he has spoken at education and youth development conferences in over 35 states and Canada. Daniel has a BA in International Relations and a Master of Public Health, both from Western Kentucky University.


Robert Illingworth (he/him/his)
Director of Inclusion, Woodcraft Rangers, Los Angeles, CA
With 15 years in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), person-centered planning, and service coordination, Robert is a leader in inclusive practices for expanded learning. His deep understanding of ABA allows him to navigate complexities with precision. Beyond professional expertise, Robert’s passion fosters Inclusivity, promoting Diversity and Accessibility for students of all abilities. In the dynamic expanded learning landscape, his extensive experience is invaluable, catalyzing positive change and setting a standard for excellence in creating equitable opportunities for all.


Julius Deshon Jackson (he/him/his)
Senior Trainer, Flourish Agenda, Inc., Sacramento, CA


Revered by Fortune 500 corporations, influential tech giants, and esteemed non-profits, Julius Deshon Jackson, a distinguished Senior Trainer in Healing Centered Engagement, brings 15+ years of expertise in interpersonal transformation, specializing in complex trauma. His visionary approach to holistic wellness and leadership has a profound impact, nurturing the growth and empowerment of hundreds of children and youth. Collaborating closely with dedicated staff, he fosters profound support, making a global impact in the 1000s.


Matthew Mazon (he/him/his) 
Inclusion Specialist, Woodcraft Rangers, Los Angeles, CA
Matthew Mazon, an Inclusion Specialist at Woodcraft Rangers, brings over 8 years of experience supporting students with complex needs and serving as a field trainer in Long Beach. His dedication to aiding students of all ages with developmental disabilities is fueled by a genuine passion, nurtured through personal connections and extensive hands-on experience. Matthew’s expertise in behavioral therapy and unwavering commitment to positively impact the community have played a crucial role in advancing the organization’s mission of creating inclusive environments where all students can thrive.


Registration Rates

Registration rate: $50

Registration Deadline: January 14, 2024

Registration is open to attendees from counties within Region 6, including: Amador, Calaveras, San Joaquin, Stanislaus, and Tuolumne Counties.


Terms & Conditions

Registration dates: November 15, 2023 – January 14, 2024

We are unable to accept any registrations after this date. PAYMENT MUST BE MADE IN FULL by January 27, 2024, to secure the Legacy Summit Registration rate. Please review additional terms and conditions in your registration account.


Cancellation Policy

Attendees are not able to cancel Legacy Summit registration. ALL SALES ARE FINAL AND NON-REVERSIBLE. Please note we are unable to make exceptions for emergencies, extreme weather, pandemics, natural disasters, or labor strikes. However, attendee may send someone in attendee’s place, subject to these Terms and Conditions.

For registration questions, please email us at [email protected]. Please note that registration cannot be transferred to a future BOOST-related event(s).

Forms of Payment

Credit Cards

We gladly accept the following credit cards* – Discover, Visa, and MasterCard; checks; and purchase orders.

Please note that purchase orders must be paid in full by January 27, 2024.

*Sorry, but we do not accept American Express or cash.



Purchase orders:

You may send purchase orders via email to [email protected].

Conference Location

Stanislaus COE
Martin G. Petersen Event Center
720 12th Street
Modesto, CA 95354


Parking is available in the 14th Street lot (between G and H Street). Walk two blocks to the Petersen Event Center, 720 12th Street. Plan to arrive 20-30 minutes early to ensure you get a spot and have time to walk to the Petersen Event Center.

Carpooling is strongly encouragedHelp save the planet and catch up with your colleagues!

Hotel Information

Doubletree by Hilton Hotel Modesto
1150 Ninth Street
Modesto, CA 95354


Health & Wellness

While vaccine verification or proof of negative test is no longer required, the State of CA strongly recommends that all participants be fully vaccinated or obtain a negative COVID-19 test prior to attending the event. We encourage everyone to be vaccinated and boosted, when eligible. Also, please do not attend if you are experiencing any COVID symptoms.  Face Masks – Based on current Stanislaus County guidelines, masks are strongly encouraged but are not mandatory.


Collaborative Solutions to Unsolved Problems
Robert Illingworth, Director Of Inclusion; Matthew Mazon, Inclusion Specialist, Woodcraft Rangers, Los Angeles, CA 
Many children facing concerning behaviors deal with the same 5 or 6 daily challenges, termed “Unsolved Problems.” This workshop guides addressing them through empathy, defining concerns, and collaborating with students for proactive solutions. 


Healing Centered Approaches for Educators
Gabriela B. Delgado, Founder/Owner, Saving Our Starfish, Chula Vista, CA 
This session will provide participants with an overview of what trauma is and how it can impact the brain, learning, relationships, and much more. Participants will explore best practices and strategies for how best to understand, engage, and support students.  
Healing Centered Engagement

Julius Deshon Jackson, Senior Trainer, Flourish Agenda, Sacramento, CA

Healing Centered Engagement supports not only young people but also adult providers with their own healing. In this workshop, attendees will learn how to use the Healing Centered Engagement approach through its five CARMA Principles: Culture, Agency, Relationships, Meaning, and Aspiration. 

Your Health Matters! 5 Simple “Me Moment” Activities

Daniel Hatcher, Senior Director of Strategic Partnerships, Alliance for a Healthier Generation, Washington, D.C.

In this interactive nature, art, and play-based workshop, we’ll explore simple practices to support our own mental and physical health. Together, we’ll practice activities to help us prioritize our well-being as we take care of others.

Thank you to our raffle prize sponsors

Participants attending the Legacy Summit will be automatically entered to win FREE 2024 BOOST Conference Standard Registration ($575 value)!