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Megan Godfrey (She/her)
Executive Director

Megan graduated from Marist College in 2006 with a B.A. in Childhood Education Special Education. Her experience working in the public school systems of Poughkeepsie, New York was so valuable and enriching. She spent her time working in both a kindergarten classroom, as well as a residential home for children who experienced trauma.  

Shortly after graduating, Megan moved back to Vermont and divided her time working as an early education teacher and after school program director.  She quickly found her passion in Early Education Administration and after over a decade as a Director, she finally settled into her dream job : Executive Director of an inclusive, diverse, and therapeutic early education center known as Trinity Children’s Center. 

Megan continues to learn from her mentor, Maureen Danielczyk (previous Director of TCC for 38 years), and play a key role in local policy and advocacy committees.  Megan is passionate about providing high-quality, equitable, inclusive, and affordable early education for families. In her spare time, Megan spends time with her family, husband, two children, and many pets enjoying the beautiful state of Vermont and all it has to offer.

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Tori Anguish (She/they)
Program Director

Tori graduated from The University of Vermont in 2015 with a B.S. in Early Childhood Education. After graduation, she spent a year working one-on-one with children with intensive special needs at the Burlington School District Early Education Program. This experience led her to Trinity, where she spent four years as a lead early educator in the Sunshine Room. In the classroom, Tori’s teaching is centered in helping children learn about the world around them through exploration and hands-on experiences. She is especially passionate about growing children’s understanding of where their food comes from. As Assistant Director, Tori is looking forward to getting to know children and families in all four classrooms and learning the behind the scenes of how we keep this wonderful school running!  


Kylie Spiegel (She/her)
Floating Early Educator

Kylie Spiegel is a born and raised Vermonter who grew up living in South Burlington and North Hero. Kylie first entered the world of Early Childhood Education in 2019 working as a para educator for Burlington School District’s Essential Early Education Program. Kylie started working at Trinity Children’s Center (TCC) in the summer of 2022, which was a full circle moment as Kylie was once a rainbow friend at TCC. After working at Trinity for the summer Kylie knew she would want to return to Trinity full time and is excited to now be a part of the TCC team. 

Kylie is currently working towards her Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education with plans to one day work in Special Education. During her work with both the Burlington School District and Trinity Children’s Center, Kylie learned the value of play-based learning and universal design within the classroom and continues to use these values in her teaching. She believes that all children must have a school environment that allows them space to grow in all the areas of development, and it is her hope to create the type of space that allows children to meet their own unique potential.

In her free time Kylie enjoys cooking and hosting dinner parties for her friends. Kylie loves to create new recipes and explore different types of cuisines while utilizing fresh ingredients from her farm share. She also loves to spend time outside, walking, playing lawn games, swimming in rivers and foraging for wild edibles.

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