Dr. Ambar Saleh-Cipolloni
Dr. Ambar Saleh Cipolloni has devoted her professional life to children since the age of 18, developing a successful preschool at her native Dominican Republic. Dr. Saleh Cipolloni has earned a B.A in Early Childhood Education; Masters degrees in Spanish Languages & Cultural Studies; Teaching Spanish as a Second Language, and Montessori Education; Montessori certifications in preprimary (0-3) and primary (3-6) education; a doctorate in Biblical Psychology; and is completing her Ed.D in Instructional Leadership. She is also currently enrolled in a Master’s program for licensure in Clinical Psychology. She is past and current consultant for Redlands Christian Migrant Association (RCMA) that provides the largest number of early childhood programs in Florida; consulted with Florida State University; adjunct professor at St John’s River Community College and Daytona State College; and faculty assistant professor and department chair at Bethune Cookman University. She and Dr. Cipolloni have raised their four successful children with the benefit of Montessori philosophy.
Dr. David Cipolloni
Dr. David Cipolloni has applied his professional career to children. He earned a B.A in Psychology with a minor in Special Education; interned as Child Specialist in the Children’s Program at the University of South Florida; Master’s in Child Development; Montessori certification in primary (3-6) education; and PhD in Health Psychology. Dr. Cipolloni has authored An Extraordinary Silence about his work with disturbed children; piloted a program for autistic children in Volusia County; and consulted for 20 years in early childhood development. He has instructed at the College of New Rochelle, (then) Daytona State College, University of Central Florida, and is currently assistant professor of psychology at Bethune Cookman University.