Earning an Associates' Degree in Early Childhood Care and Education in 2005, Sophia joined the staff of EPM in 2016. She has a daughter of her own, and loves working with children of all ages. "It brings me so much joy to see the growth and development in a short year's time. It is truly rewarding being a part of the Evergreen family!"
Director of Childcare
Megan graduated from the Baptist College of Florida in 2017 with a B.A. in Christian Education and Leadership. She has served in bi-vocational Family Ministry for the last 10 years and came on staff full time at Evergreen in July of 2019.
With experience in bookkeeping and administration, Casey is EPM's "Greeter Extraordinaire" and is the first smile the children see each morning! She began her career at Evergreen in 2020 and looks forward to years of educating children!
A place to GROW.
Teach the scriptures diligently to your children.
Talk of them when you sit in your house, when you walk by the way,
when you lie down, and when you rise. Deuteronomy 6:7
Jameka is no stranger to teaching, having taught dance in several studios as well as working with childcare for 9 years. She enjoys interacting with each child in a positive way and feels that she learns from them! Her future plans include a branding of educational curriculum under the Arts umbrella.
Currently enrolled in Early Childhoon Education, Sharivia has always had a passion for teaching. Her free time is spent with her own kids as they go out "exploring." She looks forward to some day owning her own Preschool. "Be a leader, and if you must lead, lead to greatness!"
Basing her life on John 3:16, Kim has enjoyed teaching children for over 25 years, with 19 of those at Evergreen. With a degree in Elementary Education from Troy University, she believes that there is something special in the hearts of children and how they view the world. "I want to fill those little hearts
with the word of God!"
Having been married for 43 years with 2 children and 6 grandchildren, Cindy is no stranger to childcare! She has been employed in Childcare for 24 years, 12 of those at Evergreen. Her job and every child she encounters brings joy to her heart!
After 14 years in retail management, Vaune is currently studying Early Childhood Education. Joining EPM in 2020 with the infants, she is looking forward to soon teaching Pre-K - 3rd grade. "Children are a gift from God
and should be treated as such."
Joining EPM in 2019, for Hadleigh the love and laughs children bring is what drives her to get up in the morning! She values kindness and positivity and is passionate about each child's progress as they learn and flourish.
While pursuing a degree in Occupational Therapy, working in the preschool atmosphere has Jakia contemplating Elementary Education. She thoroughly enjoys working with children as she now teaches K2 classes. "I am strong in my faith and want everything I do to honor Him."
With 4 children of her own, Mercedes has seen childhoon through different eyes as she teaches instead of just raising children. "Watching them grow not just physically but also mentally and creating a special bond is so rewarding!" She wants to continue to work with growth and
development as she studies to become a
Labor and Delivery nurse.
With 2 children of her own, Receda has 8 years of childcare experience. She sees the rewards as each child climbs the ladder to different levels of learning. "Children are a gift from the Lord; they are a reward from Him." Psalm 127:3
As a career Social Worker trained in Crisis Management, Anna has taken these skills to the childcare classroom. She is active in her Christian walk and sees the world outside her front door as the mission field. Anna creates a teaching environment full of insight, patience, and well-roundedness. "I am but God's vessel..." Isaiah 6:8
With a degree from Wallace college in Early Childhood Education, Alicia is currently finishing up studies on her B.S. at Troy University.
She has worked with children of all ages for 6 years and is enjoying being part of the Evergreen Family.
Born and raised in India, Kumary met her husband when he was there on a mission trip. She has been a part of the EPM family for 5 years and feels she was called at a young age to be a caretaker of children. "My goal is to continue working with children and youth through ministry."
Christi's favorite teaching experience is when a child's face lights up as they process new information, and then when they explain it back to you! With 10 years of experience in childcare, and holding a degree in Early Childhood Administration from Wallace College, EPM has become
a second family for Christi
and her own family.
After years in childcare, Kim retired from EPM in 2018, but continues to assist as a substitute teacher. Her experience was in the K3 department, but Kim enjoys working with children of all ages.