I have been a Cloverleaf special needs preschool teacher since 2004. My undergraduate degree is from Walsh University (Early Childhood, Early Childhood Intervention Specialist, and K-12 Reading) and my master's degree is from Ashland University (Administration). Throughout my career here at Cloverleaf I have been the co-principal of the elementary school summer school program, currently direct the district's Safety City program, assist Principal Karen Martin as the Primary Head Teacher, and participate in several building and district level committees. I have been married to my husband Michael Maloney since 2003 and we have two active little boys, Keegan and Reilly. Michael has served on the Cloverleaf Board of Education and our oldest son Reilly attends Cloverleaf Elementary School. Students with disabilities, specifically preschoolers, have been my passion throughout my career. The significant impact we can make not only with our students, their families, and our community as early educators is a priceless reward!