Council of Contributing Experts and Advisors

Bright Horizons’ Council of Contributing Experts and Advisors is comprised of thought leaders and scholars in the field of early childhood care and learning and teacher/leader development. This esteemed group of individuals serves as a sounding board for the Education and Development department, thus ensuring our early education programs and curriculum are aligned with contemporary research in early learning and neuroscience, current trends in early childhood education, and the highest standards of quality.

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Council of Contributing Experts and Advisors

  • Vincent Costanza, Ed.D.: Campbell Elementary School
  • Dr. Patricia Kuhl: University of Washington
  • Dr. Mark Ginsberg: George Mason University
  • Stacie G. Goffin, Ed.D.: Goffin Strategy Group
  • Dr. Stephanie Cox-Suarez: Boston University
  • Dr. Marti Erickson: University of Minnesota
  • Dr. Allison Golden: Licensed Clinical Psychologist and Qualified Supervisor
  • Samina Hadi-Tabassum, Ed.D.: Erickson Institute
  • Dr. Jennifer LoCasale-Crouch: University of Virginia
  • Bryan G. Nelson: MenTeach.org
  • Rae Pica: Early Childhood Education Consultant
  • Linda Whitehead, Ph.D.: Senior Advisor; Bright Horizons

Past contributors

  • Nancy Rosenow: Retired; Dimensions Educational Research Foundation
  • Chip Donohue, Ph.D.: Retired; Erickson Institute
 
Featured Thought Leaders
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“Teachers make every other profession possible.”

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- Nefertiti Poyner






“The greatest gift we can give children is a love of learning.”

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- Nancy Rosenow






“When everyone can see themselves in their leaders, their dreams get bigger.”

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- Rachel Robertson