Staff

 

cferns_photo.jpgCarolyn Ferns is our Public Policy and Government Relations Coordinator. Carolyn worked for over ten years at the Childcare Resource and Research Unit, where she co-authored the Early Childhood Education and Care in Canada series. Carolyn has a Bachelor's degree in Early Childhood Education and a Master's degree in Early Childhood Studies. She is a member of the Board of Directors of both Child Care Now and the Childcare Resource and Research Unit.

Carolyn Ferns est notre coordonnatrice chargée des politiques publiques et des relations gouvernementales. Carolyn a travaillé pendant plus de dix années au Childcare Resource and Research Unit. Elle y rédigeait en collaboration avec d’autres la publication Early Childhood Education and Care in Canada. Elle détient un baccalauréat en éducation de la petite enfance et une maîtrise en études de la petite enfance. Elle est membre du conseil d’administration d’Un enfant Une place et de celui du Childcare Resource and Research Unit.

 

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Kim Mantulak, RECE is our Membership and Administration Coordinator. Kim is a Registered Early Childhood Educator with several years of diverse experience in the sector. She graduated from Sault College with honours in Executive Office Administration and Early Childhood Education. She has devoted her years since to advocacy for young children and those working with them. Kim is passionate about quality, affordable care for children and decent work for educators.

Kim Mantulak est notre coordonnatrice chargée des adhésions et de l’administration Kim est une éducatrice à la petite enfance inscrite à l’Ordre et elle possède plusieurs années d’expérience variée dans le secteur. Elle détient un diplôme (avec mention) en administration de bureau et en éducation à la petite enfance du Collège Sault. Depuis, elle consacre son temps à militer en faveur des jeunes enfants et des personnes qui travaillent auprès d’eux. Elle a à cœur des services de garde à l’enfance de qualité et abordables et un travail décent pour les éducatrices et les éducateurs.

 

 

Adebola Adefioye, RECE is the Project Officer leading our new project, “Centering the voices of racialized mothers and educators in shaping child care response and recovery”, funded by Women and Gender Equality Canada’s Feminist Response and Recovery Fund. Adebola is a recent graduate of Seneca College’s Child Development honours degree program, and winner of the Premier’s Award for College Graduates. Adebola is the founder of the Afro Women and Youth Foundation (AWYF). For her work with AWYF, Adebola received the Black Community Leadership Award from United Way Greater Toronto and was named a finalist for the Universal Women’s Network’s Women of Inspiration Award.


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