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Kimberlee Turner recently achieved her Master of Science Degree in Higher Education from Walden University. She also graduated from Eastern Washington University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Developmental Psychology and a minor in Psychology. Kimberlee has worked with children diagnosed with autism as an ABA Therapist and Registered Behavior Technician in both an in-home setting and center-based setting. As the oldest child, she helped care for her younger brother who has disabilities, and this led her to a strong desire to work with children who are affected by disabilities. Kimberlee firmly believes that every child should have access to an inclusive and supportive environment and it is our job as educators to provide that for them.
Claudette Lindquist, HD M.A.
Claudette is an advanced level STARS trainer through Washington Dept. of Early Learning MERIT.
In addition to being a trainer on staff with Successful Solutions, Claudette is also a full time faculty member at Heritage University. She has over 25 years experience in early childhood education both as a teacher and as an administrator. Her education includes a Master’s Degree in Human Development. Her extensive professional career has included previously being a director at child care centers, a child care licensor in South King County, a college ECE instructor at Pacific Oaks College, and a grant coordinator.
Brittney Andrade has worked with children on and off for the past 10 years. Of those children, they have been from the ages of a few months old to 12 years old. She loves the creative and open nature that come with children and love the spark that they show when they discover something new. Brittney has a wealth of early childhood education experience, including navigating the NAEYC accreditation process and working in an Early Achievers center. Brittney is currently finishing up her BA in Early Childhood Education, and has previously achieved an A.A. in ECE from Olympic College, and a BA in Creative Writing form Eastern Washington University.
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In 1982, as a student of Federal High School, Genie participated in a remarkable program that educated youth to tutor special needs high-school students. Over the course of her highschool years, she was dedicated to tutoring, and a passion for working with kids was set in motion. Genie has two adult children, whom she homeschooled through highschool, and two grandchildren. Over the course of the last 30 years, Genie has been busy! Here is a summary of her work with kids, She:
Monday - Friday 7 am – 8 pm
Saturday & Sunday 9 am – 8 pm
Holidays 9 am – 8 pm