The Early Childhood Leadership Commission (ECLC), of which I am a Member, is beginning a strategic planning process to inform our work over the next...The Early Childhood Leadership Commission (ECLC), of which I am a Member, is beginning a strategic planning process to inform our work over the next several years. As we develop our strategic plan, we want to hear from you on how the ECLC can better support your work. Please click link below to fill out our survey and join in our planning process!
Charlotte Brantley joined Clayton Early Learning in Denver, CO as president and CEO in 2006, after holding a variety of early childhood leadership appointments at local, state and national levels. Previously she taught preschoolers in model early childhood education programs; instructed teachers working toward AA and BA degrees; managed educational initiatives at PBS Kids television; and administered state and federal early childhood policies, programs and funding streams for the state of Texas and in the Clinton Administration. At Clayton Early Learning Charlotte oversees the implementation of the Educare model at Educare of Denver and a second innovative preschool program in Far Northeast Denver. In addition, she oversees the work of the Clayton Institute, working toward improved early education opportunities for all Colorado children by providing and facilitating effective teacher preparation, offering evaluation services to identify and promote promising practices, and designing and advocating for effective public programs and policies. She is a member of the Governor appointed Early Childhood Leadership Commission and co-chairs the Legislation Implementation and the Data and Outcomes Committees.