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Our Team

Kevin Hubbard, M.Ed., L.P.C

Therapeutic Wellness Specialist

Kevin Hubbard attended Temple University for both his bachelor’s degree in psychology, as well as his master’s degree in counseling psychology. Kevin is a licensed professional counselor in both Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Kevin is a Certified Mindfulness-Informed Professional. He is also trained in EMDR. Kevin has made it his career to work in under-served communities of color, including those individuals with limited access to quality mental and behavioral health care.

Kevin’s philosophy of care is that therapy is a process that promotes change and healing. People who struggle with life stressors are not alone in their struggles. He believes that no issue is too great for an individual to overcome if they are willing to put forth the effort and energy that it takes to confront issues head on. Kevin provides therapy, training and supervision for other mental health professionals, mental health consulting, and conducts group mindfulness coaching.

Regina Robinson, MA, is the president of RM Robinson Solutions LLC (RMRS). The company consults in the workplace, elementary, and early childhood educational fields. RMRS is certified by New York State as a Minority and Women-Owned Business Enterprise (MWBE).

Ms. Robinson became an educator after a successful 15-year career in national syndicated radio promotions and sales. She now specializes in effective classroom instruction, curriculum development, product design, and project management for a variety of organizations. Her expertise is in the language skills (speaking, writing, listening, and reading) and workplace success (leadership, time management, conflict resolution, etc.).

In addition, she is adept at managing complex projects and initiatives such as the multi-media, multi-site Kindred Voices: The Workers Writing Project as well as delivering engaging online basic writing workshops for Childcare Development Associates. Ms. Robinson also uses her passion for African American history to create curricula and activities for elementary school students, teachers, and local historic sites.

Regina Robinson, MA

Adult Basic Education/Basic Writing Workshop Instructor

Tola has over 27 years of experience as proprietor, trainer, coach, in the field of Early Childhood, Out of School Time, Educational Programs, Organizational Development, and Leadership consulting. Her core work focus is to collaborate, build relationship, show, train and develop leaders. I enjoy sharing resources to equip early childhood practitioners, teachers, educators, families, and proprietors. Tola’s work is to support education in its diverse and multifaceted characteristic, to enhance care and services provided to children of all ages and including special and able friends, accept the behavioral challenges in early learning environment programs and offer supports and clarification to teachers in and how to care for each child in our inclusive learning spaces.​

A graduate of Lagos Anglican Girls Grammar school. Earned degree in Food Science from South Bank Polytechnic in London, England, Food Marketing from Saint Joseph’s University in Pennsylvania USA, Masters in Science in Organizational Development and Leadership at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, Certifications in the field of Early Childhood Education, Adult Education and Trauma Inform Application and Practices, Mental Health certification in youth and Adult.

Tola Aiyegbusi, MSODL

Program Support Specialist & CPR/First Aid Instructor

Lizette Reid, M.Ed.

CPR/First Aid Instructor & CDA Instructor

Lizette Reid M.Ed., CDA Catalyst, Coach, distinguished Educator, Professional Development Specialist, Author, Adjunct Professor, Entrepreneur, and Sickle Cell Advocate. Her areas of expertise include; creating innovating learning experiences for early childhood professionals, childcare startups, verifying Child Development Associate (CDA)candidates, identifying strategies for professional growth in companies, increasing knowledge through application with the CDA, conducting First Aid/CPR training, and Sickle Cell Thalassemia awareness.

During Lizette’s 20 plus years in the Early Childhood Education field, she has been employed in every position in childcare as well as assisted in opening multiple childcare facilities. Lizette served as the CEO of her own STAR 4 child care facility for 10 years. Lizette coaches child care owners on how to bring the CDA alive in their classrooms with STYLE: Standards that Yield Learning Excellence.

She is passionate about spending time with her husband of 16 years, and their 3 teenage children.

Through advanced training and over two decades of experience Lizette was able to birth her consultant agency Diapers To Destiny! As the CEO of Diapers To Destiny Lizette is dedicated to STYLE! Helping childcare professionals reach Standards That Yield Learning Excellence through the CDA!

Tamika Brown has over 26 years of experience working in the early childhood field. She has experience working with childcare programs working with Keystone STARS as a STARS specialist, Philadelphia Head Start Partnership as the Child and Family Consortium Coordinator, PHLpreK as the contract specialist, and the Early Childhood Education Professional Development Organization department as the ECE Workforce Development Coordinator. Tamika also has experience in consulting, technical assistance, and training as well as adjunct professor at Harcum College teaching early childhood education courses.

Her past positions. Tamika owned and operated her own family childcare program, became a childcare center director and from there has been employed at PHMC for the past ten years working in various departments. Tamika belongs to Enon Baptist Tabernacle church as well as a social organization The Philadelphia Moles and an honorary member at the West Oak Lane Senior Center where she volunteers weekly. Tamika has extensive experience in supporting children, families, and early childhood professionals.

Tamika holds a double master’s degree one in educational leadership from Arcadia University and the other in Public Health Management and Administration from Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. A bachelor’s degree in Childcare Management from West Chester University, and an associate degree in early childhood education from Community College of Philadelphia.

Tamika’s mission is to continue to work in a field that she enjoys and loves and continue supporting children, families, and childhood professionals throughout Philadelphia and the surrounding areas.

Tamika Sykes-Brown, M. ED, MPH
Site Coordinator

Lydia Henry, CEO and Founder of Vision Coach Dynamics Coaching and Consulting, is a certified professional coach specializing in executive and leadership coaching. Her clients have included Comcast Regional and Mid Atlantic Division Headquarters; The Uptown Entertainment Development Corporation (UEDC)-Philadelphia; The African American Museum of Philadelphia; the Philadelphia Department of Human Services Program Leaders; Intercultural Family Services; Girl Scouts of America – Southeastern PA Leadership Council; Women’s Way-Greater Philadelphia; SD Prism Dance Theater – NYC; Martha’s Compassion – Ghana West Africa; Global Connections International – US and Ghana; The GKC Group Half the Sky Executive Coaching for Women Leaders; Graphic Packaging International; Pierce College, Paradigm Group Consultants; and The School District of Philadelphia.

Lydia A. Henry, MHS, CPC, PCC

Executive Coach and Leadership Consultant/Professional Development Facilitator