At Pathways Early Education Center of Immokalee, our team is truly an extended family. Many of our staff members have sent their own children through the doors of Pathways, and some have even sent their grandchildren. Pathways’ strives to continue to enhance the learning and development of our teachers and entire team to ensure the highest quality, engaging and nurturing environment for all children in our program.
Nearly 20 years ago, Beth Hatch’s career began as an Exceptional Student Education Teacher for Collier County Public Schools, working in the migrant farming community of Immokalee and in East Naples. She has honed her skills in early childhood development, early learning center program development and expansion, as well as the non-profit leadership skills of strategic planning, budget and finance.
She is excited to return to the Immokalee community as the Executive Director of Pathways Early Education Center of Immokalee.
Prior to joining Pathways she was the Strategic Initiatives Coordinator for the Naples Children & Education Foundation; founders of the Naples Winter Wine Festival. From 2002 to 2012 Beth was also the Director of the Early Childhood Program at the Greater Naples YMCA.
She currently serves on several advisory councils & committees; including Florida Southwestern University advisory board, Bascom Palmer Eye Institute’s Community Council, Healthy Start’s Exposed Newborn committee, Southwest Florida Community Foundation’s Future Makers, and is the facilitator of the Developmental Screening Group and on the management team for Future Ready Collier.
Pathways Center Director
Regina White has dedicated the past 25 years to working with the young children and families at Pathways Early Education Center of Immokalee. She has helped shape the growth of the center, as it continues to serve the expanding needs of the community. Through the years, she has developed the trust and rapport of the families that the center services. Ms. White is a graduate of Springfield College with a degree in Early Childhood Education and Human Services. Regina is proud grandmother of 6.
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