Skilled leader with proven experience combining management skills and child development expertise in successful program design, implementation, operation, and quality assurance.
Administered all aspects of Federally Funded compensatory education program enrolling 150 educationally delayed children. Responsibilities included preparing and submitting annual grant applications for program funding and completing annual program evaluation and long term planning reports, maintaining communication with all school administrators, classroom teachers, and special education programs. Hired and trained para-professional staff. Developed and delivered orientation and on-going training modules for para-professional staff on all many areas of child development, family support and involvement, and home visiting.
Community and regional outreach. Statewide contact with other program managers and with State Department of Education.
Member - NH Affiliate of the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC)
NH Early Childhood Professional Credentials - expire 2/1/17
Master Professional: Workshop Trainer/Faculty/Individual Mentor/Program Consultant and Infant/Toddler Specialist Endorsements
Early Childhood Administrator: level 4
Mary Stuart Gile Award - 2003 and 2012
Recipient - as member of NH Infant/Toddler Task Force
Recipient - as member of Infant/Toddler Credential Task Force
Gwen and Henry Morgan Award 2012
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