Andrea Swiger, a graduate of the Aquinas College, began working at Conductive Learning Center in 2005 after obtaining her initial teacher certifications in elementary education and POHI, as well as a conductor-teacher certificate from the International Pető Insitute. She attained an additional endorsement in early childhood education upon attaining her professional teaching certificate from the State of Michigan in 2012. She is a founding member of ACENA and has served on the board of directors in the past. Over the years, Andrea has presented at national and international conferences about conductive education and working with children with motor impairments. She enjoys working with the children and families at CLC, serving as a mentor to Aquinas College students throughout their lab school practice, and is excited about building awareness and support for CLC within the philanthropic community and beyond as CLC’s community fundraising ambassador.
Community Fundraising Ambassador