Melissa Birnie
Danielle Dunaway
Catherine Eng
Denise Jenks
Patti Hammett
Julie Minogue
 

Miss Julie’s started working with Bright Beginnings in the spring of 2018. This year will be her first full year with Bright Beginning  preschool. She has been in Springboro for 30 plus years and comes from a large family. Julie graduated from the University of Dayton with a Bachelors of Science in Marketing and a minor in communication. Julie works as a caregiver to an elderly woman with Alzheimer’s and a single mother to a 6 year old daughter who is in Kindergarten . She loves being active outdoors, sports, exploring new places together with her daughter, and Ohio State football. “I enjoyed seeing the happiness Bright Beginnings brought to my daughter that I feel so blessed and inspired to become apart of the Bright Beginnings teaching family.”

 
 
 
Kim Perry
 
Miss Kim started working in A.C.E. in the fall of 2019. Her husband of 23 years is retired air force and they have a son and a daughter. She enjoys volunteering at both of the kids’ schools and she was a stay at home mom before starting to work at Bright Beginnings.
Sarah Sparling
 
Amanda Spellman
 
Miss Amanda was born and raised in Northern Virginia. Her husband and thier four daughters moved to Ohio in 2019. She has always had a love for children. She worked as a nanny for many years as a well as worked in the nursery at their previous church for 17 years. She now works in the nursery at First United Methodist Church of Springboro. In her free time, she loves to spend time with her husband and daughters going on trips and exploring new places.
 
Molly Webb
Mrs. Molly has 20+ years of experience working with children.  She started an in-home daycare when her children were small, taught at Oakcreek Preschool in Kettering for 4 years and has been with Bright Beginnings for ten years.  She is also licensed to provide foster care in her home.  Mrs. Molly loves to watch the kids develop throughout the year they are with her.  “These early years in their development are so joyful to watch.  They learn so quickly and absorb so much.  But what I love the most is the hugs they give me.”   Mrs. Molly is good at realizing children grow at their own rate and feels she can bring out the best in each of them during the early years in their life with her patience, compassion and love.  When not teaching, Mrs. Molly is active volunteering at the BOGG Ministries, playing tennis and exercising.  She has also recently begun volunteering at the Hospice of Dayton.  She and her husband and two children have lived in Springboro a little over 20 years.  Mrs. Molly LOVES being a Gogo to her two granddaughters!
Laura Zeller