Kim Bennett is a Boston native who has worked with infants, toddlers and their families for over a decade. As an experienced infant-toddler developmental educator, Kim currently works at Emerson College as a toddler group facilitator in classroom for toddlers who are deaf or hard of hearing within the speech and language pathology clinical graduate program. Kim also worked at Boston’s Isis Parenting for seven years teaching all of their child development and new parenting groups before becoming the program manager of the Child Development Program. Kim is a Certified Early Intervention Specialist who has worked at several Boston-area Early Intervention programs, specializing her work with children under three with developmental delays and special needs. Kim has an undergraduate degree from Middlebury College in psychology and a master’s degree in Infant and Toddler Development from Wheelock College in Boston. Kim is an enthusiastic and passionate teacher and early childhood consultant who loves working with new families of all kinds and supporting parents in their journey. She currently lives South of Boston with her husband and three amazing children.