Jill Brogan, EI, grew up in Central Coast California where she volunteered and worked with severely handicapped children and teens in special education classrooms. While living in Hawai’i, she earned her BA in Psychology from Hawai’i Pacific University. After a brief time in Guam, moved permanently to the Charleston area.
Ella Marston, EI, moved to Charleston after graduating from University of Pittsburgh. There she received her Bachelor of Science in psychology and worked in their psychiatric hospital on the adolescent unit. Ella is excited to continue her career as an EI and help the community access the wonderful resources Charleston offers.
Madison Asche, EI, is from Clara City, Minnesota. Madi received her Bachelor of Science in Social Work from Minnesota State University, Mankato. Madi worked with children for a number of years in a variety of different settings before becoming an Early Interventionist. Madi is excited to continue working with children and to be in a field that she is passionate about.
Savanna Lindley, EI, recently moved to the Charleston area from Greenville, South Carolina. She earned a Bachelor’s of science in Psychology with a minor in youth development from Clemson University. Savanna has years of experience working with children of many different ages, and is enthusiastic about working with them to aid in their development.
Alexa McClellan, Case Manager, grew up in an active-duty military household. Recently, she and her husband moved from Utah where she graduated with her BSW from Utah Valley University. She and her husband are loving the sunshine and beach and she hopes to make a difference in the Lowcountry community!
Julia Swidzinski, EI, is proud to be the daughter of immigrant parents, who came to the US from Poland. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education and Master’s degree in Social Work from Winthrop University. Prior to Great Kids, Julia worked with children primarily in the field of education.
Hannah Hunt, EI, recently moved to Charleston after graduating from University of Alaska Fairbanks with her B.A. in Child Development and Family Studies. Before moving here, Hannah worked as a behavior therapist with children with autism. Hannah looks forward to growing in the community and as an early interventionist with Great Kids.
Kiana Bolton, EI, is a Charleston native and grew up on Wadmalaw Island. She obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Florida International University. Kiana has spent the last 2 years as an assistant teacher within the public school system. She loves working with children and looks forward to helping them reach and achieve various developmental milestones.