Brian Puerling, M.S. ’11, is an author and international consultant and presenter on children and technology.
Kevin O’Brien found something unique at Erikson: a master’s program that goes beyond just early childhood education.
Social worker Robin Rios gained a thorough and profound understanding of children at Erikson.
Toby Herr, M.Ed. ’82, followed the data to create an international model for social services.
Alumna Jill Bradley, M.Ed. ’81, has connected people and resources for more than 30 years.
Read about the professional and personal accomplishments of Erikson’s alumni.
The innovative leadership of Leon Denton, M.Ed. ’88, is making a difference for children and families.
Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago was a healing environment for all when it opened on June 9. One Erikson alumna was the organizing force behind it.
“We talk a great deal in our society about return on investment in early childhood,” says Moté. “To truly realize this investment, you need effective, high-quality programs and a strong, capable workforce at every level in the field. Erikson does that.”
After nearly 35 years as an educator, Cusack returned to the classroom herself to earn her master’s degree in child development.
“When I found Erikson Institute, it was a dream come true,” says Capito. “Here was an organization that was already teaching the things I believed and putting them into practice!”
Bertacchi’s career of working with and for children and families is almost as long as Erikson’s — and it’s closely entwined with the Institute, too.