Michelle Brown is the Senior Director of Training for the National Center on Early Childhood Development, Teaching, and Learning (NCECDTL) and oversees training and technical assistance.
Michelle is a nationally recognized early care and education expert with over three decades of knowledge and firsthand experience. She began her career as a Head Start teacher, Early Childhood Lab School Director and an adjunct Early Childhood Instructor in Toledo, Ohio. She continued her work advocating for children and families in positions at the local, state, and national levels.
Her career in Washington, DC, began at the Office of Head Start and the Council for Professional Recognition as a participant in the National Head Start Fellowship program. Michelle has held key positions in the Office of Head Start’s National Training and Technical Assistance (TTA) System and with the National Head Start Association, ZERO TO THREE, Bank Street College of Education, ICF and The Council for Professional Recognition.
She holds a Bachelor of Science in Child Development and Family Community Services and a Master of Education in Early Childhood Special Education, both from Bowling Green State University.