Cutler Institute for Health and Social Policy

Children, Youth and Families

Gretchen Greenberg

Research Analyst II

Office

338D Wishcamper Center

Contact Information

Phone: (207) 780-5774

Gretchen Greenberg is a new Accreditation Facilitator of Maine Roads to Quality. Gretchen provides support and technical assistance to a small group of centers in Western Maine who are seeking NAEYC accreditation. This new initative is made possible through the Western Maine ACCESS Early Learning Opportunities Act. Gretchen has worked in the field of early education for about 30 years. She has worked as a center-based teacher, teaching director, center director, and family child care trainer. Prior to joining Maine Roads, she was employed with Child Care Connections for 15 years as a referral counselor, training coordinator, and education specialist. Gretchen received her undergraduate degree from Ohio State University in Child Development, and her graduate degree from Wheelock College in Education.

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