Suzanne McNair, Executive Director, joined the BCDC family in 2012. She holds a Masters degree in Early Childhood Education and Child Development from Wheelock College in Boston, MA. She also earned a Master of Social work degree from Roberts Wesleyan College. Suzanne has worked in the Early Childhood field for over 20 years. She has extensive experience in the not-for-profit field and has been a strong leader and administrator of child development centers.Suzanne is thrilled to join this high quality center and looks forward to meeting your family.
Tricia Crissman, Program Director, joins our team with over 15 years of educational experience both direct teaching and administrative support. Tricia has a Masters degree in Elementary Education and is certified in New York as well as Texas.Tricia has expertise in curriculum development and enjoys assisting teachers with program development.
Lisa Gordon, Staff Accountant, joined the Administrative staff in January of 2008. Lisa works closely with administrtation to track the fiscal operation of BCDC. Lisa has a BS degree in Business Administration from SUNY Brockport and 13 prior years of not-for-profit experience. Lisa's office is located in B4F (across the hall from our main office).
Laurie Moyer, Administrative Assistant, has been a member of the administrative team since 1997. Laurie brought 13 years of banking and customer service experience to BCDC. Laurie received her Notary License from the New York Department of State in February 1998. Her expertise in organization, knowledge of the Brockport Community, and dedication to BCDC are the keys to a successful smoothly run office.
Jennifer Harrison, Food Service Manager, was hired in August 2008. She has over nineteen years of managerial experience in food service. Jen has an AAS in Hospitality Management from Genesee Community College and holds a certificate for Food Safety Manager from the National Registry of Food Safety Professionals.
Jen and her support team, Sarah Kennedy, Cook, and Dee Albro, Assistant Cook, continue to provide nutritional
meals. Their genuine interest in and affection for all the children is
obvious and reciprocated.