MISS EMILY B
CORGIVILLE FAIR NURSERY
Miss Emily graduated from the University of WI-Madison in May 2021 with a B.S. in Human Development & Family Studies and Education Studies. This double major gave her knowledge about supporting children's development in an educational setting with a focus on the bioecological model and diversity. During her 4 years at UW, she worked at the Waisman Early Childhood Program primarily in the 2-year-old classroom. She has loved working in a classroom with young children because every day is different and exciting. This teaching job ultimately was the reason she chose to pursue a degree in human development to understand children’s needs and motivations. Emily also has experience working at Madison Children’s Museum in the Education department where she facilitated programs for various age groups. This has shown her how important having a variety of developmental activities for young children is- she can’t wait to incorporate this into her classroom.
Miss Emily was born and raised in the suburbs of Milwaukee, WI with her two older siblings who also attended UW. Emily chose to have her first post-college job be at HHA because of the positive environment and outdoor focus. She loves to be outdoors and thinks that play is the best way for toddlers to learn. The animals also were definitely a contributing factor in choosing this school.
Miss Emily recently adopted a puppy named Belle. She was a foster fail because she is very sweet and always smiling. Emily spends a lot of time taking Belle on walks and to parks. She continues to foster other dogs to find their forever home. She also enjoys swimming, working out, doing yoga, shopping, and reading.