Stacey Brosky, Director
My name is Stacey Brosky. I am a Montessori teacher and director of this program. I attended NKU as I worked full time and paid for college out of pocket. My focus was on human services and early childhood education. Realizing my heart was with Montessori education, I enrolled in the National Center for Montessori Education and received my A.M.S. certification in 1994! I have worked in Montessori programs since 1990 and started at Villa in 2004, this is where I plan to retire, God willing! This is a unique school with special families and I am blessed to be part of such an extraordinary program. My hobbies include horseback riding, kayaking, hiking, and anything to do with nature. My husband and I are both animal and nature lovers!
Patti Birkett, Teacher
I graduated in 1974 with a B.S. in Elementary Education from the University of Cincinnati. I went on to receive an AMI Montessori degree at Edgecliff College and I am certified in the Orton Gillingham Reading program. My interests gardening, yoga and golf.
Gail Stansel Dwertman, Teacher
I've been teaching here at Villa Madonna Montessori since 1989. I earned a B.S. in Medical Technology from Eastern Kentucky University in 1979 and received my Med in Montessori from Xavier University in 1986 and I am AMS certified. I enjoy cooking, gardening, biking and children, of course!
Molly Buten, Teacher
I am a Montessori child that became a Montessori teacher. Growing up I attended Montessori schools in Rochester, NY and Wichita, KS. I received a BA in Art History from Rutgers University, and received my MEd with a concentration in Montessori and my AMS certification from Xavier University in 1991. My interests include gardening, walking and keeping up with my children's activities!
Soo Yoon, Teacher
I received my M.Ed. with a concentration in Montessori and my AMS certification from Xavier University in 2004. What I like most about the Montessori Method is the idea of “guiding” as opposed to teaching, and treating children with respect. They’re guided in their learning, and not forced to learn certain things all at the same time. I always hope to provide an interesting and challenging learning environment where my students will flourish socially and academically. In my free time, I enjoy traveling, cooking and watching movies.
Jeanne Speier, Creative dance and movement teacher
Jeanne Speier has been teaching dance classes at VMM since 2002. She started out in creative dance and went on to get an MA in Dance Therapy. Due to her travels, she has turned into an island dancer teaching Balinese, Haitian and Hawaiian movements. The free expression and thrill of movement in young children is a pleasure to be a part of. Jeanne also teaches yoga and music classes.
Ybette Inojosa, Spanish teacher
Ybette was born in Venezuela and learned English in college at Northern Kentucky University, where she graduated Magna Cum Laude in 2008. She currently teaches Spanish at Northern Kentucky Montessori Academy. She has previously taught Spanish at Berlitz Institute, and at Covington Latin School, and also tutors students in Spanish. She has also worked as a graphic designer and art director for several years. Her hobbies are painting, sculpture, ceramics and stained glass and has had her work featured at galleries in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky. She lives in Covington with her husband David and son Marcel.
Karen Bach, After school coordinator
I grew up in Goshen, Ohio and have always had a love for children. For the past 22 years I've been a nanny for various families. I have also taught Sunday school, preschool through fourth grade and have served as a youth leader for 16 years. I have taken continuing educational workshops for Early Care and Education, First Aid & CPR and Pediatric Head Trauma. My hobbies are gardening, hiking and biking.

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