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					                              Eileen Eisenberg
                           2940 West Coyle Avenue
                            Chicago, Illinois 60645

EDUCATION:       M.Ed., June, 1994 National-Louis University,
                 Evanston, Illinois, Early Childhood Leadership and Advocacy
                 B.A., 1966, Chicago Teachers College, Chicago, Illinois, Primary


1/2006-Present   Assistant Professor, National-Louis University
                 Training and Technical Assistance Specialist, McCormick Tribune
                 Center for Early Childhood Leadership at National-Louis University.
                 Instructor for Taking Charge of Change, Peer to Peer Mentoring,
                 Coaching for Results, Project Supervisor for Coaching for Results-
                 Archdiocese of Chicago, Coordinator of Ounce of Prevention
                 Program Administration Scale Project, Project Supervisor for CYS
                 Program and Classroom Assessment Project, and Coordinator of
                 Apprenticeship Evaluation Project for IDHS.

6/94 to 1/2006   Director of Training, McCormick Tribune Center for Early Childhood
                 Leadership. Additionally served as Instructor and Field Supervisor
                 for McCormick Fellows Accreditation Cohorts, Instructor for Taking
                 Charge of Change Leadership Training, The Next Step Advanced
                 Leadership Training, Peer to Peer Mentoring, Chicago PreK
                 Initiative, Coaching for Results, CPS Community Partnership
                 Program, Family Friendly Directors Training, Facilitator for
                 AT&T/Lucent Technology Accreditation Project. and the Reggio
                 Emilia Approach

1988-6/94        Director of Early Childhood Education
                 F. G. Heller Community Center, Responsible for maintaining City of
                 Chicago /State of Illinois Day Care Licensing; NAEYC
                 Accreditation; hiring and supervising a faculty of 30 teachers and
                 an administrative staff of 3; responsible for enrollment and
                 supervision of all early childhood programs
;                curriculum planning for classes; parent programming for family
                 events; facilitating special education needs for clients;
                 coordinating Early Childhood Parents Committee with
                 membership, fundraising and service to the community; budgeting
                 and purchasing; marketing including writing and
                 producing all brochures for classes and camp.
Teaching:           National-Louis University, 1994-Present, Graduate courses in Early
                    Childhood Administration
                    Chicago Public Schools - 1966-1980 Primary EMH and K-8
                    BHJCC Nursery School 1964-1966

AFFILIATIONS:       Jumpstart National Curriculum Committee
                    Ounce of Prevention Fund/Birth to Three Training and Workforce
                    Development Committee
                    Chicago Metropolitan Association for the Education of Young
                    Children Leadership Taskforce
                    Chicago Metropolitan Association for the Education of Young
                    Children Peer Mentoring Project
                    Chicago Public Schools, Early Childhood Advisory Board
                    National Association for the Education of Young Children
                    National Association of Early Childhood Teacher Educators
                    Northside Directors Network
                    Council for Exceptional Children

Research/ Publications:
                  “First Steps to Building Rapport”, Children and Families NHSA,
                  Winter 2006
                  “Creating Successful Teaching Teams”, Children and Families,
                  NHSA, Summer 2005
                  “Reshaping Early Childhood Programs”, America’s Family Support
                  Magazine, Spring/Summer 2003
                  “First Steps to Talking with Families and Staff, Child Care
                  Information Exchange May/June. 2002
                  “Taking the Leap”, Child Care Information Exchange, Nov/Dec,
                  “Accreditation Strategies, Benefits, and Practical Tips”, Child Care
                  Information Exchange, Jan/Feb, 2000
                  “Accreditation Facilitation: A Study of One project’s Success”,
                  Young Children, Sept 1998
                  "Meeting Adult Needs", Child Care Information Exchange,
                  Sept/Oct, 1997
                  Report to the Robt. R. McCormick Tribune Foundation, The
                  McCormick Fellows Leadership Training Program, May 1997
                  Report to the Robert R. McCormick Tribune Foundation
                  Technology Needs Assessment, May 1997
                  Research Thesis for National-Louis University,
                  "Mothers' Involvement in Their Children's Preschools" May 1994
                  "Field Assessment: Need and Availability of
                  Children's Services in Chicago's Loop and Near North Side
                  Communities", August 1999

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