Dr. Christine Carducci, Ed.D. is a founding member of Supporting the Advancement of Learning Stories in America (S.A.L.S.A.). She has traveled several times to New Zealand to study their early education systems and is inspired by all that Learning Stories has to offer. Chris leads an online Learning Stories Inquiry Group and has presented at two SALSA conferences: Using Learning Stories in Community College Coursework with Claire Boss, Gavilan College (Ventura, CA 2018) and Writing Learning Stories for/with Infants and Toddlers (Orange County, CA 2019). Chris has earned a Doctorate in Education Leadership from Mills College, Oakland, CA and a teaching credential and master’s degree in Early Childhood Special Education with emphasis in Early Intervention from San Francisco State University.
Currently, Chris is adjunct faculty at Foothill College and Pacific Oaks College teaching Child Development, Human Development and Early Childhood Education courses, and also serves as a thesis advisor for PO students doing original research toward a Master’s degree. Chris works as an Infant Specialist for the Program for Infant and Toddler Care (PITC) and volunteers with Parent Voices in San Mateo chapter.