Amy Brock, Director of Lifelong Learning
Amy's experience as an educator began at a young age in a church nursery and expanded to both public, private, and parochial school classrooms. For ten years, she served as an inclusion educator to students from a variety of diverse backgrounds. She holds a MAT in Early Childhood Education with endorsements in reading and special education from Reinhardt University in Waleska, Georgia. She also holds degrees in psychology and general education for K-12 students. In addition to studying the practice of learning from an academic standpoint, Amy has also spent time studying the practice of learning from the spiritual perspectives of movement and meditation. She enjoys sharing yoga, dance, and guided meditation with students of all ages.
Amy's favorite literary pieces include The Tiny Seed by Eric Carle and various works by Mary Oliver. While she feels that all the Seven Principles of Unitarian Universalism are equally important, she acknowledges that her work in Religious Education and Adult Enrichment are driven most profoundly by the Fourth Principle which speaks to the freedom to seek personal truth and meaning. Amy is passionate about supporting families and individuals in their search for personal truth along life's ever-changing journey.
You can reach Amy at email@example.com.
Christi Knapp-Early Childhood Education
Christi is passionate about providing our little ones at UUCV with loving care and fun activities that promote healthy social and emotional development. She brings a great deal of experience from her work in both religious and secular early childhood education settings. Her daily practice as a mother to a growing preschooler keeps her on her toes and up to date with the latest trends in early childhood education.
Candace Weisser-Early Childhood Education
Candace brings a love of life and joy for learning to our early childhood education classroom at UUCV. Her experience as a mother to a growing toddler provides her with a wealth of knowledge around the ever changing needs of the little ones that in her care. Of the Seven Principles of Unitarian Universalism, Candace finds that those relating to justice, equity, and compassion in human relationships inform her work the most. Outside of the classroom, Candace enjoys sharing the meditative movement practice of Hatha yoga with students of various ages.