Cheryl is currently working as an Early Childhood Consultant and an Adjunct Professor for Fisher in the Early Childhood field. She has also worked at the University of Virginia at the National Center for Research on Early Childhood Education, the National Center for Children in Poverty, Columbia University, Mailman School of Public Health, Research Connections as a Research Description Writer, and is a CDA Professional Development Specialist. She completed her undergraduate degree at Wheelock College in Human Development with a concentration in Child and Family Studies and her Master's Degree in Birth to Three: Development and Intervention as an Infant and Toddler Specialist. As a consultant she can offer various program supports and address concerns you may have. Cheryl is reliable in several program and environmental observation tools which can be useful for assessing your programs needs. Cheryl holds positions on various organizations in Rhode Island and Connecticut, in the early childhood field, as well as presenting at local and regional conferences. Cheryl is dedicated to providing current knowledge, research and theories in early childhood. She is committed to providing high quality education to the early childhood field. She welcomes any suggestions for future workshops.
"Cheryl has energy, passion and humor in the early childhood field. These qualities are hard to find"
"Training was presented in a way that my staff could understand. I highly suggest Cheryl for your center."
Cheryl's area of expertise:
- Infant and Toddler Development
- Brain Development and Functioning
- Room Environments
- Cognitive Development
- Program Management