Haley Winters entered the field of Early Childhood Education in 2012 with a dedication to supporting and partnering with families during the first years of a child’s life. She graduated from CSU Channel Islands with a Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Studies, and while studying she served in both the field of administration as well as in the classroom. She specializes in Infant care, and also has experience with social work and foster families from her time working for Child Protective Services. She is currently an administrator for Loyola Marymount University Children’s Center, and also a full time graduate student at LMU’s School of Education. Haley is an active board member on both the California Association for the Education of Young Children (CAAEYC) and Supporting the Advancement of Learning Stories in America (SALSA), where she enjoys having the opportunity to collaborate with educators and families to better serve the children within her community and nationally. Haley is an advocate for promoting Learning Stories as she understands the unique and personalized assessments they offer as a tool for educators and families.