Administrators and Board of Directors
The Chapel Hill Day Care Center is led by an experienced, qualified staff and an engaged Board of Directors.
After working in criminal justice, Andrea decided to embark upon a career in Early Childhood Education. During her years in the early childhood field she has directed many different types of centers and has also been a Quality Enhancement Specialist, a Child Care Licensing Consultant, a Regional Manager over multiple programs, a Center Owner/Operator and a Consultant/Trainer.
As a Director, Andrea not only wants to ensure the health and safety of children, but also strives to ensure that the environment is conducive to the development of the whole child. She is to committed to attaining and maintaining the highest quality of care for CHDCC’s children.
Andrea has a MS in Human Development and Family Relations with a minor in Education and is currently pursuing a doctoral degree in Organizational Leadership.
Annie has a BS in Psychology, a Master of Education degree and many years of experience both teaching and directing programs. During her 15 years in a Wake County nonprofit, she worked as Program Manager, Acting Executive Director and Director of Programs. Annie’s passion for children and families was also fulfilled through her work as a child care teacher, substitute teacher, peer counselor, parenting counselor, Emergency Housing Manager and many other roles often serving the underserved and disenfranchised. Annie states that her education, as well as life experiences, led her to believe the role of early educator for children ages 0-5 is so important because experiences during these years determine the blueprint of a child's future self and life. Annie's goal is to ensure the children at Chapel Hill Day Care Center have a strong foundation for future success.
When Annie is not endeavoring to implement positive programs, she enjoys antiquing, art projects with her granddaughter, Lily, and gardening with her husband of 33 years.
Nakisha has been in the early care and education field for 14 years and she has worked with children of all ages. She has both an Associate's Degree and a Bachelor's Degree in Early Childhood Education and has completed her Birth through Kindergarten teaching licensure. Nakisha became an early childhood educator because she loves working with children and watching them grow. She states, that in her role as Administrative Assistant, she is excited and ready to help families in a different way outside of the classroom. Her main goal is to make sure that the children and families are happy and have the best child care experiences possible.
Board of Directors
The Board Chair may be reached at email@example.com
For the 2017-2018 school year the board will meet on the 2nd Tuesday of each month from 7:15-8:30 PM.
Current Parents: If you would like to attend a meeting check an Administrator or another board member for the location of the current month's meeting. Please let us know if you are interested in participation on the board or would like to be involved in fundraising, marketing and advertising, teacher appreciation, facilities management, or have other ideas for parent involvement. We welcome and encourage your involvement to continue making CHDCC the best program for young children and their families.
Margaret Mobley, Board Chair (Community)
Jessica Reed, Vice Chair
Durward Williams, Treasurer (Community)
Arin Isenstein, Secretary (Community)
Gordon Daughtry (Community)
Priscilla Guild (Community)
Shannon Jordan (Teacher)
Kris Ketcham (Community)