The Community House, a nonprofit resource and destination for personal, professional, recreational, and philanthropic pursuits in Birmingham, announced the appointment of Honilynn Hendricks as director of The Community House Early Childhood Center.
In her new role, Hendricks will provide leadership and oversight for the Early Childhood Center (ECC), which provides an active learning environment for children from six weeks to five years of age. She will oversee curriculum development and implementation, staff development and training, family enrollment, and maintaining quality standards.
“We are delighted to welcome Honilynn to the Early Childhood Center as our new Director,” says William D. Seklar, officer, president and CEO of The Community House and The Community House Foundation. “The children in our care will greatly benefit from her extraordinary skills, talents and expertise.”
Hendricks previously served as pre-k director and assistant school director at the Somerset Academy, where she developed curriculum and was integral in the accreditation process. She holds a bachelor’s degree in education from Bowling Green State University and a master’s in early childhood education from Oakland University.
“I am thrilled to join the Early Childhood Center as its new Director,” says Hendricks. “My passion lies in supporting teaching and development in a high-quality care setting for young children.”