I came to Greensboro from my home state of Ohio by way of UNC – Chapel Hill where I received my Masters of Public Administration. I transitioned from working in economic development in the areas of business retention and entrepreneurship to my current role as the Director of The Edible Schoolyard and Education at GCM. I love seeing first-hand how inspired kids are while working in the garden or in cooking classes. When I’m away from the Museum, you’ll find me cooking, playing with my two young children, and enjoying three out of four of the seasons.

help stock the little free library

Reading expands a child’s vocabulary, entertains them, and enhances their imagination. Through the Little Free Library, the Greensboro Children’s Museum puts hundreds of books into young readers’ hands each year. We need your help to improve literacy skills and spark imagination. Please consider a book donation to the Greensboro Children’s Museum. Your book(s) will go…

hope academy students participate in cooking for life program

Cooking for Life is an after-school culinary program at the Greensboro Children’s Museum. Through a partnership with Hope Academy, we had the privilege of welcoming a group of third and fourth grade students to The Edible Schoolyard classroom and half-acre garden each week for cooking classes. This year’s exceptional class mastered culinary basics like proper…

use these five basic parenting practices to help your child thrive

  On Wednesday, April 10, 2019, the Cemala Foundation and the new local nonprofit Ready For School, Ready for Life, launched a program called “Guilford Basics.” These “Basics” are five practices, based on brain-development research, for people to help children under age three learn and develop their brains.   The Greensboro Children’s Museum is very…