Audrey Burton serves as the East Coast Regional Vice President for Cadence Education, one of the largest early childhood educators in the country.
Ms. Burton has over 35 years of experience in early childhood education. In her capacity as East Coast Regional Vice President, Ms. Burton oversees the operations of 45 schools and four Regional Directors. She also oversees Cadence Education’s Preschool Curriculum Department, ensuring that Cadence’s schools provide a nurturing and intellectually stimulating environment where children love learning.
Prior to joining Cadence Education, Ms. Burton served as a Center Director for 12 years with Nobel Education where she developed a deep understanding of the many elements involved in running a successful child care center. During her tenure at Nobel, Ms. Burton opened three local Chesterbook Academies and later served as Director of all three locations. In addition to overseeing business operations, Ms. Burton also wrote and developed the curriculum used in her schools.
After leaving Nobel, Ms. Burton joined Barry Meil in the development of Winwood Children’s Centers in Northern Virginia. In her role as Winwood‘s General Operation Manager, she was responsible for center operations, financial performance, curriculum development, outfitting schools, training, quality control, and marketing. Her efforts were highly impactful, and resulted in growing the business from one school to seven in a highly competitive market. Winwood was eventually sold to Phoenix Children’s Academy in 2007 and Ms. Burton joined the company as a Divisional Director.
Ms. Burton has held many leadership roles during her tenure with the company, including Regional Director, East Coast Divisional Director, Regional Vice President, Sr. Vice President of Quality Control and Vice President of Operations. Ms. Burton has had hands-on experience in nearly every facet of the child care business during her extensive career, and has a proven track record of success.
Burton holds a degree in early childhood education.