Adrienne Briggs is an early childhood educator. Before entering the childcare field I was a food service supervisor for ten years. I have delivered childcare services for over twenty five years. I own and operate Lil’ Bits Family Child Care Home, which is a high quality Keystone Star 4 facility. As an educator I continuously attend professional development trainings on child development, health, and safety. I have over a thousand hours of trainings from workshops, conferences, and school in the areas of child development, management, and other topics dealing with the early childhood field. As a professional I make every attempt to stay current with new information.
Over the years I have earned numerous awards and certificates. My most recent accomplishments were becoming a PQAS Technical Assistant Coach and renewing my PA Director’s Credential. I graduated from West Chester University obtaining my Master’s in Early Childhood Education. Previously, I received my Bachelor of Science degree in Child Care Management, an Associate in Applied Science degree in Early Childhood Education, and a Child Development Associate Credential. Additionally, I also graduated from the Women’s Business Development Center’s Family Child Care Entrepreneur’s Program. As a high quality professional, I am involved in the Keystone Stars program with a STAR 4 rating. This affirms a level of quality that is substantially higher than required by state licensing. Furthermore, I am certified in first aid and infant/child CPR.
I have been coaching or mentoring adults and teens for over twenty years.