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.
Demetria Wilson, Case Manager, is from NC and relocated to SC with her husband & 3 daughters. She received a BS in Recreational Therapy from East Carolina University & an AS in Occupational Therapy Assistant from TTC. Demetria’s personal connection with individuals with special needs has shaped her career goals and passion.
Anna Lee Howell, EI, recently moved to the Charleston area from Statesboro, Georgia. She earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Development and Family Sciences from the University of Georgia. Anna Lee has worked with children for many years, and has known since her first internship that this is her passion.
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.
Kaylona Scott, EI, is a native to Charleston, SC. She earned her B.A from Johnson C. Smith University and her Masters of Educational Leadership degree from Queens University of Charlotte. A Teach For America alum, Scott has worked in public education for 7 years. She is excited to continue her career as an EI to support the children and families in the Charleston area.
Cori Gunn, originally from Camden, New Jersey, relocated to the Goose Creek area several years ago. She currently holds a Bachelor of Science from Concordia University, Portland, and a MAED in Curriculum and Instruction from Concordia University, Irvine. She has worked extensively with young children in educational settings for the last twenty-three years.
Adrienne Baker, EI, is from Harleyville, South Carolina. She has lived in the low country area her whole life. Adrienne has taught public school in the low country for thirteen years. She earned her B.S. in Early Childhood Education as well as her B.S. in Elementary Education from Charleston Southern University in 2006.