Michele Hall, M.Ed
Founder and Educational Trainer at MMH Early Childhood Training and Consulting LLC
Michele Hall graduated from St. Mary’s College of Maryland with a BA in Psychology and holds a master’s degree in Early Childhood Education from Towson University. She has been active in the field of training and educational development focusing on early childhood education, staff development, advocating for special needs children, and supporting adult learners through many roles. Over her 20 plus years in Early Childhood, Michele has worked as a Program Coordinator, Training and Curriculum Specialist, Director and College Adjunct. Currently, Michele serves as a PDS for the Council for Professional Recognition, an approved trainer for the Maryland Department of Education, an approved affiliate trainer for Maryland Family Network, a Zero to Three Certified Trainer, Certified Maryland Pyramid Model Trainer, and a peer book reviewer for MVP Kids.
Michele Hall is a true expert in the Early Childhood Education field. Her expertise does not only come from knowledge gained through education and experience, but from a genuine love for children. Michele dives deep into any project she is involved in and is often looked at to take charge, if she hasn’t already taken on the role herself. There is no one else that I have met throughout my 10 years of experience in this field that is as committed to its success as a whole than Michele. On a personal note, I was fortunate enough to have Michele’s commitment to help with my professional growth. She changed my life forever one day when we sat together and worked on a written list and timeline of goals I wanted to achieve within Early Childhood Education. Michele dedicated a significant amount of time keeping me accountable in attaining those goals. All of these years later, I still have that piece of paper which serves as a reminder of how Michele shaped my professional life. Michele has a one of a kind spirit and energy that fuels your drive to do and be better. Thank you for everything, Michele!Alberto Acosta