Seattle’s Child Care Resources improves all children’s access to high quality early learning experiences by engaging with families, child care providers, and communities. Intrinsic to their daily work is identifying and addressing racism both internally and externally so that all children grow and develop in their early learning environments.
How wonderful it is to see the work of Child Care Resources’s Early Learning Professionals Team who are also members of the Goddard community!
Daniel Perez-Gibson (MA ’15)
Early Achiever’s Technical Assistance Specialist
“I work alongside child care providers in supporting their quality program improvements. True to my final Goddard thesis, I continue to support early learning programs in maintaining and enriching cultural identity through artistic and creative ways.”
Nnenna Odim (MA ’16)
Early Achievers Coach
“During the day, I support schools and coaches in Early Achievers, Washington’s Quality Rating and Improvement System. I believe relationship is key in developing any learning environment. It takes a delicate balance of genuine interest in relationship building, active listening and knowledge of the field to arrive at constructive solutions for multiple stakeholders.”
Theressa Lenear (EDU Faculty)
Professional Development Manager
“As a manager, my role is to provide guidance and oversight to our professional development activities and support the team in organizing professional development opportunities for the early learning professionals serving in King and Pierce counties that address and meet the diverse needs of the children served.”
Lisa Webb (MA Student)
Early Achievers Coach
“As an Early Achiever Coach I have the opportunity to work in our community of diverse early learning teachers and family child care providers who are caring and supporting children in their development.”
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