Dr. Hogan is the founder of Atlas Training, and serves as the Program Director, overseeing the design, development, and facilitation of training cohorts in accordance with current research in early childhood. Dr. Hogan started her career as a family childcare provider, eventually moving to a directorship position with the U.S. Navy to oversee early childhood services for servicemen/women and their children across the world, including Iceland, Bahrain, and Guam. When she returned to the states, her career interests shifted from program management to teacher training, as she felt that she could make a greater impact on children’s lives by ensuring that the teachers who taught them had the skills, experiences, and theoretical understandings necessary to provide informed, responsive, and developmentally appropriate teaching. She earned her PhD in Training and Performance Improvement and served as faculty at The College of New Rochelle and Charter Oak State College for a number of years. She remains committed to degree attainment and higher education, but recognizes that there is a training gap for entry level providers. Through Atlas Training, Dr. Hogan seeks to address this gap to ensure that ALL teachers have the knowledge and skills they need to help children be successful. Dr. Hogan takes pride in your success and is eager to hear from you along your CDA journey! Please feel welcome to reach out to Dr. Hogan at any time at firstname.lastname@example.org
Jisel Cordero was born and raised in the South Bronx! She attended Bronx Community college, where she obtained her CDA while working towards her Associates Degree. She then proceeded to Boricua College, where she obtained her bachelor’s degree in education. Lastly, she obtained her master’s degree in early childhood education. She has worked with children for over 15 years, has 3 biological children, and a revolving door of foster children. Her passion is to connect, assist, and support children, care takers and community partners through education and community resources. Jisel currently teaches Atlas Training’s Spanish cohorts, and takes pride in supporting participants as they transition to online learning modalities.
Elisa Wilson serves as a Program Support Associate for Atlas Training. Prior to joining our team, Elisa served the urban community of Hartford, Connecticut by co-founding an early childhood/ School Readiness program serving children 0-5 years of age. Elisa has a successful administrative background, and supports many business functions of Atlas Training, including onboarding and orientation of program participants. She is available to interested or existing users should you have questions regarding registration processes, payment options, program format, other areas. You may contact her at email@example.com with any questions, concerns, or thoughts.