MGTEI has a strong presence in the community and an excellent relationship with the higher education organizations and community agencies.
DR AMBAR CIPOLLONI
Dr. Ambar Cipolloni has a doctoral degree in Education (Ed.D.) from Nova Southeastern University, a Ph.D. In Theology & Christian Counseling, and a Master of Education: Montessori philosophy emphasis. She holds the AMS credentials for the Infant/Toddlers and Early Childhood levels and teacher certificates from the Center for Montessori Teacher Education at New Rochelle College, NY; the AMS credential for the Elementary I (6-9) level and teacher certificate from the Maitland Montessori Teacher Education Program; and the MACTE credential for the Elementary II (9-12) level and the teacher certificate from the Age of Montessori. She was an Assistant Professor for the Department of English and World Languages and Culture Studies at Bethune-Cookman University for 11 years where she also chaired the Modern Languages Department. Dr. Ambar Cipolloni is a founder of the ACS Educational Resources and Consultant, a headmaster of the Montessori Global Research Institute, and the MGTEI I/T (0-3) program director and instructor. She has vast administrative, training, and consulting experience in her areas of expertise and is a participating recipient of the national Sally Provence Award in recognition of excellence in program achievement for 0-3 children and families at Pierson Montessori Center, Florida.
DR DAVID CIPOLLONI
Dr. David Cipolloni has a Doctor of Psychology (Summa Cum Laude) from Walden University and a Master of Arts in Education/Psychology. He holds an AMS credential for the Early Childhood level and a teacher certificate from the Center for Montessori Teacher Education at New Rochelle College, NY. David Cipolloni is a co-founder of the ACS Educational Resources and Consultant, a headmaster of the Montessori Global Research Institute, the director of the MGTEI Early Childhood Development and Education (0-6) program, and the EC (2.5-6) program director and instructor. Dr. Cipolloni is an author, a retired Assistant Professor at Bethune Cookman University, where he worked for 9 years, a consultant for agencies in the community, and possesses vast administrative and consulting experience in early childhood development and education. He is a conference presenter and recipient of the national Sally Provence Award in recognition of excellence in program achievement for 0-3 children and families at the Pierson Montessori Center, Florida.