Rachel holds a Spanish
degree, a North Carolina
K-12 teaching license and
and an Early Childhood
Montessori certificate. She
has served the Montessori
community as a school
Childhood Guide, a Head of School and currently manages a Spanish Montessori program for adult learners. She is eager to work with other Montessori advocates in the southeast region.
Contact Rachel at admin@SoutheastMontessoriCollective.org
SEMC is currently seeking representatives from public and private programs of all age levels, and from each state in the Southeast
region to serve as Board Members. Board members attend regular meetings in person or remotely, and lead or co-lead a committee.
To apply for a Board member position, download the application below.
The next Board Meeting will be held in October, 2018. To be added to the agenda, please contact us via the email address above.
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With a M.Ed. in special
education and a Montessori
credential, Christine founded
and directed two schools to
serve a diverse group of
upper elem. She also has experience with policy and advocacy work and consulted with AMS, MPPI, MACTE, and has worked extensively with a number of state Montessori organizations. Christine is delighted to bring her 30+ years of experience to SEMC as a founding board member. Contact Christine at admin@SoutheastMontessoriCollective.org
Amber began at Nature’s Way
Montessori School in January
2008 . In college, she chose to
combine her love of ancient
history and scuba diving by
studying underwater archaeology.
Despite enjoying an interesting
career, she found her part-time work in education to be far more satisfying and sought a new professional path. She came across an ad for a Toddler Community Assistant at Nature’s Way and eagerly applied for the position. As a former Montessori student herself, Amber quickly discovered that she had found the right fit. In 2009, she moved into the Early Childhood Community and spent the following summer at the Houston Montessori Center. After a year’s internship, she received her credential. She became a lead guide in 2012 and transitioned into the Assistant Director role in 2018. Amber can no longer imagine doing anything except working in a school and is grateful for the privilege to work in such an enriching environment. In her free time, Amber enjoys going on a variety of adventures with her husband and two young children! Contact Amber at admin@SoutheastMontessoriCollective.org