I have been in the early care and education industry for over ten years, working primarily with infants and toddler-aged children, in a center based setting. From 2008 to 2015, I taught in a multi-age infant/toddler classroom at the Children’s Learning Center at St Paul’s School. Prior to this I was an associate teacher caring for infants and the health and the safety coordinator at the Kinder Care Learning Center in Portsmouth.
I received my Bachelor of Science degree in child and family studies in 2004, from the University of New Hampshire, with additional credits toward a Master of Education degree. I hold the New Hampshire state teaching credentials in the following categories/levels: Early Childhood Master Teacher, level 2, with the Infant/Toddler Endorsement, level 2.
My professional interests include attachment theory, primitive reflex integration, sensory integration, and observation and assessment. My personal interests are cheering for New England sports teams, water parks, and travel.
I currently live in Hopkinton with my husband, Courtney, and our two children, Charles and Susan.