Diane Smalley

Diane Smalley

Adjunct Professor In Early Childhood Education at Northern Virginia Community College

Location:
4001 Wakefield Chapel Road, Annandale, Virginia, United States
HQ Phone:
(703) 323-3000

General Information

Experience

President - PTA

Chair - Alexandria Early Childhood Commission

Position In Special Events - LBA

Affiliations

Board Member - Lake Barcroft Association Inc

Treasurer - Belvedere Elementary

Recent News  

Board/Committees | Lake Barcroft

Diane Smalley, (2nd term/2nd year), Special Events
JIM KILBOURNE and his wife Diane have lived in Lake Barcroft since 1985. Diane Smalley DIANE SMALLEY: Diane Smalley and her husband, Ralph, and their children, David and Claire, (now grown and living on their own) moved to Lake Barcroft in 1990. Ralph and Diane became grandparents for the first time three years ago. Diane began her career as an elementary school teacher in New Jersey, but after her family moved to Northern Virginia in 1980, she and Ralph started their own child care business, Creative Play School. After thirty years Diane continues to actively manage the two centers that are located in Alexandria. The two schools employ 35 staff and serve 200 children between the ages of 1 and 10 and are accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children. In addition, Diane has been an adjunct professor in Early Childhood Education at George Mason University and Northern Virginia Community College. Diane has always been active in her community. She was on the board of her local beach community in Westbrook, Connecticut for three years. Diane served on the Thurgood Marshall Scholarship Committee when it was formed by her husband Ralph. She was PTA President of Abingdon Elementary School in Alexandria and Treasurer at Belvedere Elementary for two years. She was chair of the Alexandria Early Childhood Commission and a member for twelve years. Diane has been chair, treasurer and board member of the Alexandria Child Care Directors Association as well. She continues her interest in early childhood education as a governor- appointed Commissioner on the Virginia Child Day Care Council. Diane grew up on the beach in Ventnor, New Jersey. As a 20- year resident of this community, she loves the Lake, boating, the people and the community. In addition to Diane's extensive management skills as a businesswoman over the past thirty years, she is particularly interested in programs for families and children that enhance the spirit of the Lake Barcroft Community.

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Board/Committees | Lake Barcroft

Diane Smalley, (1st term/1st year), Secretary
JIM KILBOURNE and his wife Diane, have lived in Lake Barcroft since 1985. Diane Smalley DIANE SMALLEY: Diane Smalley and her husband, Ralph, and their children, David and Claire, (now grown and living on their own) moved to Lake Barcroft in 1990. Ralph and Diane became grandparents for the first time three years ago. Diane began her career as an elementary school teacher in New Jersey, but after her family moved to Northern Virginia in 1980, she and Ralph started their own child care business, Creative Play School. After thirty years Diane continues to actively manage the two centers that are located in Alexandria. The two schools employ 35 staff and serve 200 children between the ages of 1 and 10 and are accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children. In addition, Diane has been an adjunct professor in Early Childhood Education at George Mason University and Northern Virginia Community College. Diane has always been active in her community. She was on the board of her local beach community in Westbrook, Connecticut for three years. Diane served on the Thurgood Marshall Scholarship Committee when it was formed by her husband Ralph. She was PTA President of Abingdon Elementary School in Alexandria and Treasurer at Belvedere Elementary for two years. She was chair of the Alexandria Early Childhood Commission and a member for twelve years. Diane has been chair, treasurer and board member of the Alexandria Child Care Directors Association as well. She continues her interest in early childhood education as a governor- appointed Commissioner on the Virginia Child Day Care Council. Diane grew up on the beach in Ventnor, New Jersey. As a 20- year resident of this community, she loves the Lake, boating, the people and the community. In addition to Diane's extensive management skills as a businesswoman over the past thirty years, she is particularly interested in programs for families and children that enhance the spirit of the Lake Barcroft Community.

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Board/Committees | Lake Barcroft

Diane Smalley, (1st term/2nd year), Special Events
Diane Smalley DIANE SMALLEY: Diane Smalley and her husband, Ralph, and their children, David and Claire, (now grown and living on their own) moved to Lake Barcroft in 1990. Ralph and Diane became grandparents for the first time three years ago. Diane began her career as an elementary school teacher in New Jersey, but after her family moved to Northern Virginia in 1980, she and Ralph started their own child care business, Creative Play School. After thirty years Diane continues to actively manage the two centers that are located in Alexandria. The two schools employ 35 staff and serve 200 children between the ages of 1 and 10 and are accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children. In addition, Diane has been an adjunct professor in Early Childhood Education at George Mason University and Northern Virginia Community College. Diane has always been active in her community. She was on the board of her local beach community in Westbrook, Connecticut for three years. Diane served on the Thurgood Marshall Scholarship Committee when it was formed by her husband Ralph. She was PTA President of Abingdon Elementary School in Alexandria and Treasurer at Belvedere Elementary for two years. She was chair of the Alexandria Early Childhood Commission and a member for twelve years. Diane has been chair, treasurer and board member of the Alexandria Child Care Directors Association as well. She continues her interest in early childhood education as a governor- appointed Commissioner on the Virginia Child Day Care Council. Diane grew up on the beach in Ventnor, New Jersey. As a 20- year resident of this community, she loves the Lake, boating, the people and the community. In addition to Diane's extensive management skills as a businesswoman over the past thirty years, she is particularly interested in programs for families and children that enhance the spirit of the Lake Barcroft Community.

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