Jazatavia earned her BA in Psychology from Ohio State. She is passionate about building self-esteem through art exploration with young learners. Jazatavia has experience with incorporating physical development with literacy to develop educational skills for early learners.
Sara earned her BA in Psychology from Ohio State with a focus in child development. She plans on pursuing a master’s degree in either developmental or school psychology. She is a volunteer for the Ohio 4-H program where she educates children about the care of horses.
Jennifer previously served as an intern at A. Sophie Rogers School for Early Learning and has Ohio Approved training in several different areas. She recently earned her certified Child Development Associate (CDA) credential.
Alyson graduated from Ohio State with a BA in Art. As an undergraduate student, she worked at the A. Sophie Rogers School for Early Learning where she gained experience in infant/toddler and preschool classrooms. Alyson plans on pursing a master’s degree.
Tiara was an intern at the A. Sophie Rogers School for Early Learning from 2013-2014, where she worked in an infant/toddler classroom. She is currently working toward her Child Development Associate (CDA).
Halle earned her BA in Speech and Hearing Science, with a minor in Education, from Ohio State in December 2016. She has experience working with toddlers, preschoolers, and school age children in various settings. Halle currently volunteers as part of the Columbus Mentoring eXchange through the Godman Guild. She plans to pursue a Masters in Education.
Amber Fridley, AA
Amber attended Columbus State Community College where she earned her AA in early childhood education. She has over ten years working in early childcare settings.
Georgana earned her Bachelor Degree in Human Development and Family Science from Ohio State. She earned her Master of Early Childhood Education from John Carroll University, where she also received her teaching license for grades PreK-3. Georgana has taught in both private schools and charter schools in Ohio, as well as abroad in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.
Caitlin graduated from Ohio State with a BA with a concentration in international development, focusing on issues relating to women, children, and families. She has experience teaching infants and toddlers at the Jewish Community Center of Greater Columbus.
Jessica graduated from Ohio State with a Bachelor Degree in Psychology. She has been working with children of all ages since 2010 but has a passion for working with infants and toddlers. Jessica has experience in large early education settings and providing one on one interactions. She plans to pursue a Master’s Degree with a discipline in Developmental Psychology.
Earl Jackson,Child Development Associate (CDA) Credential™
Earl was an intern at the A. Sophie Rogers School for Early Learning before joining the program as the Itinerant Assistant Teacher. He is working towards his Child Development Associate (CDA) credential in preschool and plans to earn his Bachelor Degree in Education at Ohio State.
Latoya earned her BS Degree in Business Marketing from Wilberforce University and her MS Degree in Early Childhood Leadership and Advocacy from The University of Dayton. She is interested in working with diverse families and studying how families from different ethnic backgrounds view education.
Jessica received her BS in Human Development from Ohio State and previously worked at the Schoenbaum Family Center from 2007 to 2009. She has experience working in several college affiliated settings including The Sophia Bremer Child Development Center in Washington State, Columbus State Child Development Center, as well as the Ohio State Childcare Program.
Emily graduated with her BA Degree in Early Childhood Education from Bluffton University and has five years experience working with young children including leading a summer program at the Mary Evans Child Development Center in Columbus.
Oliva earned her Associate Degree in Early Childhood Education (ECE) in 2009 at ISE, Asuncion, Paraguay. She worked three years as a kindergarten lead teacher in her country and this is her second year as a preschool teacher in the U.S. She has experience with ages birth to five as a support teacher and ages four and five as an associate teacher in a pre-kindergarten room. She is currently working towards her Bachelor Degree in ECE.
Krista Melick, BS, LSW
Krista graduated with a BS in Social Work from Ohio State. She has experience as a student research assistant with the Crane Center for Early Childhood Research and Policy, classroom assistant in the A. Sophie Rogers School of Early Learning and at Haugland Learning Center, a Columbus school that services autistic students.
Maureen Moore, BA
Maureen has a BA Degree in Individual and Family Studies from Kent State University with an emphasis in child development. Maureen has 12 year’s experience working in classes with children ages 2-6. Her future plans include earning a master’s degree in human development or psychology.
Claudia worked as an intern at the Schoenbaum Family Center before becoming a full-time assistant teacher. She is currently working on obtaining her Child Development Associate (CDA) credential for infants/toddlers.
Meredith earned a BS in Human Development and Family Science and a MS in Early Childhood Development and Education from Ohio State. Throughout her studies, she worked as a student teacher and substitute teacher in the preschool classroom at the Ohio State Lab School and in Ohio State’s Human Development and Family Science Department.
Vanessa earned her BA Degree in Psychology from Ohio University and her MS Degree in Applied Developmental Psychology from the University of Pittsburgh. Vanessa has experience providing community and school-based early mental health and behavioral interventions with children who have developmental disabilities. She recently earned her Master of Social Work at Ohio State.
Dilshad earned a BS Degree in Human Development and Family Science from Ohio State with a specialization in early childhood education. She is interested in working with infants and toddlers early literacy as well as social and emotional development. Dilshad presents at local and national conferences on topics including creating home-like environments, and the benefits of mixed-age grouping.
Eshelle earned her Child Development Associate (CDA) credential while working as an intern in the A. Sophie Rogers School infant/toddler classrooms. She has over 18 years experience in home care, and plans to continue her education.