For 14 years, Ashley Davis has been the Founding Educational Director of the Park Slope Schoolhouse. Prior to this position, she was the Educational Director of the Berkeley Carroll Child Care Center. Her career in Early Childhood Education began at the YAI/NYL Gramercy School, where she taught preschool-aged children with special needs.
Ashley holds a BS from Syracuse University in Child Development, an MA from New York University in Early Childhood Special Education, and Advanced Certification in Administration and Supervision from Hunter College.
Ashley served as Co-Chair of BECDA, the Brooklyn Early Childhood Directors Association, from 2018 to 2022. Ashley continues to sit on the Leadership Team of BECDA and as the Chair of the Preschool sub-committee of BECDA.
Ashley is an adjunct professor at Queens College, teaching Early Childhood Education at the graduate level, and is the President of the Junior Board at New Alternatives for Children, an organization that provides services in support of birth, foster, and adoptive families caring primarily for medically fragile children.
Early Childhood Specialist
Wanda holds a Master’s degree in Education and is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW). She has been an Early Childhood Specialist with over 30 years experience working with children, families, teachers and administrators in schools and clinical settings. In addition to being a Play herapist, former preschool special educator, and workshop facilitator, Wanda has been an early childhood consultant at various childcare programs in NYC for the last 16 years.