238: Saving Childcare Businesses! (w/ EVELYN KNIGHT!)

Evelyn Knight is a two-time TEDx speaker and a prominent figure in Early Childhood Education (ECE). With over 15 years of experience, she has become an expert in helping leaders navigate the complexities of child care management while prioritizing the well-being of children. As the CEO and founder of Child Care Business Professionals, Evelyn has supported hundreds of ECE leaders globally, offering them tools for success and relief. Her passion for elevating the ECE field is evident in her dynamic keynote speeches, workshops, and training series.

Evelyn’s journey in child care began at the age of 15 and led her to become the owner and director of multiple preschools, including Little Knights & Maidens and Zoo’n Around. Her extensive education in Early Childhood Education, Psychology, and Human Development, coupled with her experience as an Early Childhood Education trainer with the Nevada Registry, has solidified her reputation as a leading expert. She is also the host of The Child Care Business Coach podcast, where she shares her insights and experiences to help other child care professionals succeed.

In her advocacy work, Evelyn collaborates with organizations such as The Children’s Advocacy Alliance and the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC). She is dedicated to leading the charge in the ECE Revolution, aiming to transform the field by ensuring that child development and best practices are at the forefront of every child care center’s mission. Her commitment to making a difference in the lives of children and their families drives her to continue educating and empowering ECE leaders.

On a personal note, Evelyn is a native of Northern Nevada and a mother of two boys. Her love for her home state’s rich history and her community is reflected in her dedication to providing quality child care and education. Despite the demands of her career, Evelyn has successfully balanced her professional and personal life, demonstrating that it is possible to run a thriving business without compromising on family time and personal well-being.

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