Brittany Kunzelman serves as the Director of RCS Caring Steps Children’s Center. Licensed as a director with the State of Michigan, Mrs. Kunzelman brings management and teaching experience to RCS Caring Steps Children's Center. She started her Early Childhood journey as an Infant/Toddler teacher in Ann Arbor, Michigan until she found her passion of being a childcare director. Mrs. Kunzelman has a plethora of experience in managing enrollment, staffing, training, parent advisory boards, operations, and regulatory compliance. Mrs. Kunzelman earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Studies from Rochester University, an Associate’s Degree in Early Childhood Studies from Washtenaw Community College, and is currently working on her Master's Degree in Early Childhood Education at Eastern Michigan University. She has presented at the Michigan Association for the Education of Young Children (MiAEYC) and was a recipient of that group’s T.E.A.C.H. Early Childhood Michigan Scholarship Program.
Courtney Leemon serves as the Assistant Director at RCS Caring Steps Children's Center. For the past 15 years, Mrs. Leemon has worked with children as an educator within the classroom as well as in administration. She is a graduate of Oakland University earning her Bachelor's Degree in Psychology with a concentration in Child Development. She later earned her Master's Degree in Early Childhood Education from Oakland University. Mrs. Leemon is a lifelong Rochester Hills resident and a proud graduate of Rochester Community Schools. She has a passion for Early Childhood Education that grew from being part of a large extended family and a love of children. Mrs. Leemon is honored to have been part of the Caring Steps Children's Center team since it opened in September 2018 and continues to be encouraged to serve the youngest members of the community.
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