JaShawn Rogers, MS

JaShawn has worked in the field of Early Childhood Education and provided support for several years to families, teachers, and non-profit agencies as an Early Childhood Educator, Service Coordinator for Rocky Mountain Human Services, and Family Coordinator for families, children with disabilities and individuals from diverse backgrounds. Through clinical and case management settings, she brings extensive experience in supporting and strengthening early childhood systems and families.

Anne Stinson LPC

Anne started her career in clinical service to adults and children exposed to trauma via small community agencies. This led to her work at in a Head Start system where she facilitated the comprehensive adoption of an evidence-based trauma response model. She provided system-wide trainings and on-site consultation with teachers and administrators. Most recently she coordinated a school-based SEL research project, overcoming implementation barriers and monitoring program fidelity.