Roslyn Conroy brought enthusiasm and 10 years of experience as an exemplary Director for Bright Horizons to the Kehillah School in 2016. She is known to be respected by faculty, loved by parents, and focused on prioritizing staff development and high program standards. In her prior management experience, Roslyn directed the Whitney Young Head Start Program in Yonkers and earned NAEYC accreditation for the Bright Horizons program that she managed in Rye Brook. She currently serves as a diversity trainer for Bright Horizons and volunteers as a Bright Space Connector, ensuring that homeless shelters in Westchester have adequate supplies for the children that they serve.
Presently pursuing post-graduate studies of education administration online through the University of Wisconsin, Roslyn fosters the lifelong love of learning that she models by providing children with the encouragement, tools and materials necessary to indulge their interests and curiosity. She is dedicated to upholding the values-based, family-oriented qualities of Kehillah’s child-centered educational program.
Roslyn and her husband, Declan, have young twins who loved their brief experience at Kehillah prior to entering Kindergarten!