"Early Childhood Education with Ms. Melody"
Melody McGuire, B.S., A.A.
Ms. Melody's career in early childhood education and care is well rounded. She was born in Atlanta, Georgia and has served in facilities, professional organizations and colleges in Indianapolis, Indiana and Cincinnati, Ohio in an array of early childhood positions. The passion that Ms. Melody has for early childhood education, advocacy and care allows her to be an inspirational pillar in the field of early childhood education. When Ms. Melody shares about the importance of being authentic and connecting to a mission, vision or goal it is well received.
Ms. Melody has the ability to connect with others very well. She has been called a "Baby Whisperer", the "Child's Bestfriend" , "A Caregiver and Parent's Extended Sister" and the "Teacher's Teacher". Ms. Melody has the ability to make complex challenges simple and shows kindness towards children, parents, educators and the community. She is an influential thought-leader and invoking speaker. Ms. Melody actively engages people when speaking and inspires others to reach their fullest potential.
Ms. Melody is available for facilitation of trainings, speaking engagements and mentoring for early childhood educators serving children directly in a classroom or home environment settings. She has extensive experience with facility marketing, family engagement and partnership, strategic business planning and also program development. Ms. Melody's niche' is early childhood!
Ms. Melody is a dynamic speaker and freely shares her story! Watch the video as it was streamed on several platforms. NOTE: You must watch the video directly on the YouTube App.
Ms. Melody is the Project Administrator for Not One More: Promoting Maternal Health and Preventing Maternal Mortality.
The Not One More: Promoting Maternal Health and Preventing Maternal Mortality Project is an endeavor to support pregnant Black women, their babies, and fathers in central Indiana. The project focuses on disparate maternal outcomes for Black women in target zip codes of Indianapolis, Indiana, and throughout the state. It promotes support through guidance to restore confidence in the Black women's child birthing experience with a greater sense of community engagement.