Meet Our Staff
Owner and Teacher in the 1's Class
(Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education)
I was born in Barranquilla, Colombia but moved to Miami at the age of 4. I come from a large family which include my parents, 3 sisters, 2 brothers, 5 nieces and 2 nephews !!! My family and remembering where I come from on a daily basis is extremely important to me. I made aliyah 6 years ago and spent the first year and half working and managing another gan.
Being raised in Miami was easy for me to keep up with my Latin side. I am fluent in Spanish, English and a bit of Hebrew. I earned my Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education. As far as experience, I have been working with children since age 14 (at summer camps (as the Art specialist), as well as teaching for the last ten years at a private Jewish Day school as a kindergarten teacher. I am very artistic and creative. I love to paint, cook, bake, and practice yoga.
Owner and teacher in the 2's Class
(Bachelor of Science in Public Health and Family Science)
I was born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland, where I graduated with a degree in Public Health and Family Science, with a focus on child maltreatment from Towson University. My experience working with children began when I was 16 years old as a summer camp counselor. Since then, I have had the privilege of working with over a hundred families and their children(ages 0-13 years old) in different schools / daycares, summer camps, nonprofits, and in a hospital setting as a child life specialist.
I am certified in children's yoga, and continuously learning how to evolve Tiny Toes into a nature school. I have also volunteered my time working with children in the health and humanitarian sector in Israel, Tanzania, and the US.
I made Aliyah in the summer of 2014 upon completing my degree. I am an animal lover, outdoors enthusiast, and sports fanatic- Go Ravens!
Teacher in 2's Class
I was born and raised in Boston, Massachusetts, and graduated from the University of Massachusetts with a Bachelor’s Degree in Special Education and Art Therapy. During this time, I did extensive internship work culminating in a certificate in the Developmental Disabilities and Human Services field. Throughout college, I worked and volunteered for several preschools and elementary schools. After graduating, I worked in Early Intervention providing in-home services to children with disabilities before deciding to pack up and move to Israel. For the past ten months, I have been teaching English in Netanya through a MASA fellowship, and then decided to make Aliyah. I absolutely love the beach, hiking, dogs, and creating art!