Gina Glymph has served in the world of early childhood education in varying capacities for 25 years and is a strong advocate of education. She has developed a professional brand rooted in her passion for positive early learning outcomes for all Georgians. She has served in various administrative capacities at early childhood programs such as Atlanta Public Schools, Sheltering Arms and the YMCA of Greater Atlanta. She believes that through quality teachers, research, best practices, and family involvement, early childhood programs will ensure that all young children develop the knowledge and skills they need to be successful. She has dedicated her career to supporting high-quality early education and healthy development for children, families, and communities. Gina believes that fostering the love for learning, involving parents and creating opportunities for positive social interaction are germane to developing children who are ready to enter Kindergarten and being life-long learners.
Throughout the years, a significant amount of her work has been developing and facilitating professional development. Her experience in training and adult learning theory has played a vital role in her professional development and improvement practices. Most recently she has achieved certification in Results Based Accountability, a framework designed to utilize data to assist organizations to improve their performance. She has guided organizations to use Results-Based AccountabilityTM (RBA) to Turn the Curve and improve the outcomes for the populations that they serve. Gina holds a Masters of Education from Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia and a Bachelors of Arts in Religion from Colgate University in Hamilton.