Kirsten Radivoyevitch joined Hanna Perkins in 2016 as a teacher in the EPIC Program for children with Autism Spectrum diagnoses.
She holds a bachelors’ degree in sociology and anthropology from Allegheny College, and earned as masters’ degree in education from John Carroll University, and a certificate in administration with a focus on early childhood education.
Before joining the Hanna Perkins teaching staff, she taught in an integrated classroom at The Music Settlement, combining children with and without special needs. Prior to that, she taught and served as an administrator at St. Paul’s Cooperative Preschool. Earlier in her career, she was as an education specialist at Drayton Hall, a museum in Charleston, S.C., owned by The National Trust for Historic Preservation.
Radivoyevitch holds an adjunct faculty appointment at Cuyahoga Community College, where she teaches courses in early childhood education and serves as a mentor and supervisor of students in the Early Childhood Education program.