Montana’s Early Childhood System
The Department of Public Health and Human Services is pleased to announce the launch of a new grant funded project:
Strengthening Montana’s Early Childhood System (PDG B-5)
Administrative Program Support
DPHHS has been working to get all the resources in place needed to do the work of the project. We are very excited to announce the hiring of the Grant Coordinator, Sandy Cade; and the Family Engagement/Coaching Coordinator, Brandi Loch.
• Sandy Cade comes to the project having worked in the Early Childhood field for 26 years. After graduating from Texas Tech University with a BA in Human Development /Family Studies with an emphasis on Early Childhood she began her career as a preschool teacher. After moving to Montana in 1995, she continued to work in the early childhood field with Head Start for 12 years and most recently a Regional Specialist with the Montana Preschool Development Grant.
• Brandi Loch joins the project having spent the past four years working as a Regional Specialist with the Montana Preschool Development Grant. Prior to this, Brandi worked in the early childhood and child welfare fields for 13 years. Brandi holds a degree in Master of Organizational Management and Leadership and a Bachelor's degree in Early Childhood Education.
Sandy Cade, (406) 560-1923
Brandi Loch, (406) 560-7613
For more information contact:
Sally Tilleman, (406) 444-2789
View Montana's submitted application