FOCH Sterling Place Center
Rosalyn Inman is the Educational Director at our Sterling Place Friends of Crown Heights Center, located at 813 Sterling Place, between Nostrand and Rogers Avenues in the Crown Heights section of Brooklyn. In addition to her academic and professional certifications, Ms. Inman brings to her position more than a decade of instructional and administrative experience in the field of early childhood education. Her areas of expertise include instructional supervision, organizational and resource management, and strategic problem solving.
Ms. Inman holds the Bachelor of Arts degree from the College of New Rochelle, as well as the Master of Science degree in Curriculum and Instruction from American Intercontinental University and an additional Master’s degree in Elementary Reading and Mathematics from Walden University. She also holds the New York State Teacher Certification (Birth-2 and Grades 1-6). She is a former Elementary School teacher who has also previously served as Educational Director with the Neighborhood Day Children’s Center of Harlem and Brightside Academy in Brooklyn.
“As a mother of five daughters, it was they who propelled me to specialize in education as my ideal career choice,” she says. “And while I am proud to serve as an advocate for all children, I am especially passionate about the role that early childhood education plays in ensuring our children’s success. I am committed to providing for all our children a safe, consistent and loving environment in which they can learn and thrive and fulfill all of their potential. This is my life’s work.”
When she is not too busy nurturing and caring for her children at work and at home, Ms. Inman maintains an active volunteer schedule in her community as a Learning Leader in neighborhood public schools and as an avid participant in her local Parks and Recreation Musical Theater Group.