Lets Start Talking
Moving from the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania to Little Rock, AR, settling into a new state, new home, new routine and new job is not easy. Unless you were fortunate enough to be hired by SECA. Since my arrival I have received a tremendous amount of warm welcoming emails, telephone calls and a plant. A plant I now refer to as, “My Louisiana Lilly.”
It is a privilege to be part of an organization that desires to deliver high quality services and innovative solutions to members, while executing it’s mission to improve the industry in which we operate. We are an organization led by a purpose – to make a positive, meaningful impact that matters to everyone SECA members touch.
I encourage you to contact me to share your thoughts and ideas concerning issues for the Early Childhood profession. Or you can just email me your suggestions for good fly-fishing locations and southern barbecue joints, not necessarily in that order.
I am eager to hear what you have to say. In your reply please include the position you hold in the Early Childhood Profession.
I look forward to opening up a dialogue.
New Executive Director of SECA
The Southern Early Childhood Association (SECA) serving more than 14,000 early childhood professionals in AL, MS, VA, WV, NC, SC, KY, GA, OK, Fl, LA, TN, TX, and AR.