Kristin is excited to bring to CHP her experience working in child-care and early childhood education, child advocacy, and nonprofit management. She is currently pursuing a Masters Degree in Early Childhood Education at Hunter College, where she loves merging theory with practice. Prior to arriving at CHP, Kristin directed a suite of children's programs in Amherst, Massachusetts, ranging from babysitting to after school care to summer camp; she has taught in early childhood centers in Rhode Island and California; and she entered the field as a student intern and substitute teacher at Bing Nursery School, an early childhood center operated jointly by the Education and Psychology Departments at Stanford University, from which she graduated in 2000.
Kristin first arrived at CHP in 2008 as a mom. Over the past ten years, she has chaired various parent job committees, served on the Board of Directors, worked in the classroom as a teacher, and joined the administrative team of the school. She is delighted to put these pieces together and step into this leadership role.
Born in Rhode Island and schooled in California, Kristin has fallen in love with Brooklyn, where she hopes to live forever with her husband Jack, children William and Charlie, and cat Cole.