Forest Park Staff
Cindi began her education career in 2001. She graduated from the University of Cincinnati in 2003 with an Associate’s Degree in Applied Science majoring in Early Childhood Education and Care. She became part of the Sharon Hill family teaching toddlers in 2011. Her experience continues to improve the quality of the children's education while they are enrolled in our program. Cindi enjoys volleyball, softball and most of all spending time with her family.
Anita has been Assistant Director since 2008. Her extensive business background is an invaluable asset for handling the day to day responsibilities of this position. She has taken many hours of continuing education classes in Early Childhood Development. After working hours she enjoys spending time with her four wonderful boys or watching a good movie.
Brooke has been a part of the Sharon Hill family since 1999. She attended Miami University for elementary education, as well as, the University of Cincinnati for Early childhood education. Brooke is bilingual and has a true heart for children. She has had the wonderful opportunity to work internationally with children and hold preschool trainings for teachers in Mexico and India. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling, nature, reading and spending quality time with her family.
Infant Unit Manager
Ms. Amber holds and associates of arts degree with a focus in early childhood education and is currently working towards her bachelor’s degree in the same field. She has worked with children since 2006. Outside work, Ms. Amber enjoys spending time with her family and close friends.
Toddler Unit Manager
Ms. Arlene has worked in the field of childcare since 1996, with the opening of her own family childcare center affiliated with Head Start. Since graduating in 1983, Ms. Goss has worked with children and young adults of all ages and stages of development. After closing her center in 2008 and moving to Maryland, Ms. Arlene was happy to return home to Cincinnati in 2010 with her son who is developmentally challenged.