Cheryl Greer Jarman is a member of the Human Development Core Faculty at Pacific Oaks College and Children's School. She holds the distinction of being the senior faculty member: having recently commemorated over 35 years at Pacific Oaks and Children's School (As well as the "oldest" Pacific Oaks employee). In addition to teaching, advising, mentoring, troubleshooting and Thesis work, currently, Cheryl is the Chair of the Faculty Senate and The Faculty Coordinating Committee, as well as serving on several Institutional Committees.
Prior to Pacific Oaks, Cheryl worked in public schools in Kindergarten, First grade and Third Grade. Cheryl is well seasoned in the mission, values, philosophy and pedagogy that Pacific Oaks embraces and has taught, trained and supervised teachers in the Preschool, Kindergarten and Primary programs at Pacific Oaks Children School. Cheryl has been a trainer/consultant, mentor, Commencement speaker and a Keynote speaker at local, National and International levels. Cheryl's professional highlights include inclusion in Who's Who in American Education, Who's Who in Collegiate Faculty, several publications in Child Care Information Exchange Magazine, Early Childhood Today Magazine, The Japanese American National Museum and she is a contributing author to the Anti-Bias Curriculum Guide, published by the National Association for The Education of Young Children. (NAEYC) She has been featured in 2 television programs: "Focus," hosted by Victor Nawrocki and "Story of a People", hosted by Louis Gossett, as well as various radio productions. She is affiliated with several civic, spiritual and educational organizations and she is one of two Pacific Oaks professors who have presented at the prestigious, invitational Oxford Round Table Discussion, in Oxford, England.
In her spare time, Cheryl is an accomplished Musician and Choral director and loves to grow flower gardens.
|M.A. Human Development||Pacific Oaks College|
|B.A. Human Development||Pacific Oaks College|
|Charter Member||Anti-Bias Taskforce|
|Member||National Association for the Development of Young Children (NAEYC)|
|Member||California Association for the Education of Young Children (CAEYC)|
|Member||National Black Child Development Institute (NBCDI)|
|Member||National Association of Multicultural Educators (NAME)|
|Member||American Association of University Professors|
|Member||The Southern Poverty Law Center|
|Member||Oxford Leadership Development|
|Consultant||Faith Works Ministries for Inner City Youth|
|Member||West Altadena Re-Development Commission|
|Member||National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)|
Television Program, hosted by Lou Gossett "Story of a People". Guest Interview
Television Program, hosted by Victor Nawrock. "Empowerment, Equality and Activism." Guest Interview
Video, hosted by Louise Derman Sparks "Anti- Bias Curriculum." Guest Interview
L.A. Times Newspaper Article: "Thinking Kids to Think." Los Angeles, CA.
|WASC ARC Conference. "How Can Higher Education Classrooms Keep Up With Society's Swiftly Changing Definitions of Diversity and Culture?"||Hyatt, Garden Grove, CA||2016|
|National Progressive Educators Network. "Fostering The Evolution of Multiculturalism and Inclusion in Schools.||Biltmore Hotel, Los Angeles, CA||2013|
|Pasadena Unified School District Youth Conference Keynote - "Creating Safe Places."||Rose Bowl, Pasadena , CA||2013|
|Diversity Issues (for children and adults), Conflict Resolution, Peace Education, Developmental Education, Parent/Family Issues, Spiritual Development, Early Childhood Education, Critical Thinking Models, Curriculum Development, Issues in Aging and Health Care|