Diona Reese Williams is an educator, speaker, consultant, and advocate. Through her work in early childhood education and environmental curriculum development, Diona supports students, families, colleagues and communities.
I received my first master's degree in Organizational Management specializing in Human Resources and my second master's degree in Early Childhood Education and Early Childhood Special Education. I currently work as an advocate and educator, as I have for over 18 years.
I currently work as an Early Childhood Education professor and I am a member of several national and state organizations focused on early childhood and environmental education.
When I'm not teaching or hanging out in nature, I enjoy spending time with my family, traveling, photography and journaling.
Educational training for home-based nature preschool providers, current in-home providers looking to transition their program to outdoors or traditional providers that want to incorporate outdoor curriculum into their existing program.
Provide expertise and advocacy to state and regional organizations and multimedia platforms regarding early childhood environmental education, early intervention, infant/toddler mental health and early childhood special education.
Support and mentorship for early childhood educators to assist with professional development and career planning.