Sonia Margot Santizo
My name is Sonia Margot Santizo. I am from Guatemala. I graduated in Guatemala as a Preschool Education Teacher, and I also obtained my Preschool Bilingual CDA Certification from the Council for Professional Recognition in Washington DC. I like listening to music. I love to share with the children every day and see how they grow, develop, learn and have fun in their different stages. And the most important thing is to help the children and be part of their progress.
Greetings, my name is Nicole Virginia Motley, a passionate and dedicated educator. I have my degree in Early Childhood Education and my future goal is to obtain my Master’s degree in Education and become a Reading Specialist. I am a wife of an adoring and supportive husband and a mother of two teenagers ages seventeen and fifteen. I enjoy spending most of my time reading books and cheering my children on at their basketball games. I am a firm believer in diversity, multiculturalism, and advocating for children from all backgrounds and walks of life.
Hi, my name is Mrs. Kelly Williams, a warm-hearted Teacher here at MPCP. I am the wife of a loving husband and the mother of 2 sweet children who bring joy to my world. I am full of life and compassion for what I do and whom I do it for. I have many years of experience as a Teacher’s Assistant, Senior Lead Teacher, and Assistant Director for childcare facilities within the DMV area. and I will strive to embody a “how can I help” kind of attitude. Remember you are fearfully and wonderfully made!
Joy C. Miller
Hi my name is Joy C. Miller a fun, loving and outgoing Teacher at M.P.C.P. I am a mother of 2 children which one is a graduate of Bowie State University and the other currently attending Morgan State University. I’ve had the joy of working with children for 20 plus years, of all age groups. But I especially love teaching pre k. I feel teaching is rewarding and gives me the sense that I am making the world a better place one student at a time.
I enjoy reading, writing, working out and also dancing.
Hi, my name is Gina Campbell and I’m excited to be working as an assistant teacher at Monarch Preschool. I obtained my Bachelor’s of Fine Arts in Theater from WVU in 1997. Most of my adult life was spent touring various children’s theaters on the east coast of the US. For the past two years, I taught Head Start virtually and in person. I believe in justice, kindness, and equal opportunities for everyone.
Hello, My name is London Coston. I am a loving, assistant teacher here at MPCP. I have 2 amazing boys, who taught me patience and resilience. I genuinely enjoy nurturing and caring for all children. My goal here is to help children reach their potential in their journey toward developmental milestones. I attended Stevenson University right after high school and I am currently working on obtaining my CDA. MPCP is a special place. I feel very fortunate to work alongside such dedicated and warm-hearted teachers.
Hello my name is Belkis and have three older brothers. I have an Aussie doodle Australian shepherd dog baby which we love very much. I was born in the United States, but my background is from El Salvador. I speak both English and Spanish. I have always loved children and they inspire me to do better in life. I help others when it’s possible for me to do so and I love to cook and dance.
Chloe is currently a junior at the University of Maryland. She previously attended her community college where she got her Associates degree in Business. Now she is working towards her Bachelors in Information Science. She also has many different interests outside of school. She previously worked at Kiddie Academy as an AID teacher for 2 years and a nanny for a year. She loves working with children because she enjoys seeing them learn and grow, and wants to feel like she is making a positive impact on their lives.
My name is Hana Khan and I am a student at the University of Maryland in the College of Education. I have worked in a Montessori school prior to coming to College Park named Montessori Manor located in Phoenix, Maryland. I am originally from Baltimore as well! I enjoy reading in my free time as well as spending time with my family and friends. I look forward to continuing my education and career with The Children’s Guild as I continue and finish college in the upcoming years.
My name is Sergio Almirez. I am originally from Guatemala City. I am a former Elementary school Teacher and the current Building Supervisor. I like to play ping-pong and tennis. What I love about early childhood education is kids are ready to learn and discover! I am not active teaching in school but helping the Spanish language community as volunteer.