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Ron Grady has spent a decade in the early education field, starting out as a researcher and transitioning to work in classrooms. Ron holds a Bachelor’s in Psychology with a focus on learning and development, and a Master’s in Early Childhood Education. He teaches at the NOLA Nature School in New Orleans.
Liz Hicks, elementary teacher from England, ECE diploma, 40 plus years in early childhood, in various capacities, and at present a private consultant working in early childhood education in NS, providing professional development in a variety of topics, consultations and pedagogical leadership.