Meet Our Staff
Owner, Director, Teacher
Sarah has a PhD in the field of Child Development with over 14 years of employment experience in early childhood and parenting education. Sarah has been the Supervisor for Parents as Teachers home visiting program and Early Head Start's home visiting and daycare programs. Sarah enjoys spending her time volunteering in the community for organizations such as Sundance Film Festival, Green Urban Lunch Box, and Project Homeless Connect. She also has two "wee humans" of her own which are a bundle of love every day! Connect with Sarah on LinkedIn.
Grace Turner is a passionate and experienced holistic educator and parent. As an advocate of the forest school movement, Grace provides support to forest school practitioners all over the U.S through her social media following and has hands-on experience implementing this approach in many settings including her local Free Forest school chapter.
Grace has completed a forest school certificate program and is now completing her masters in post-modern education. She is so happy to be part of holistic education in action and loves Wee Humans nature preschool because children in the program are treated as individuals, finding their own unique identity and purpose through connections with nature, and with each other. Grace will be volunteering as a teacher/classroom aide.
Miriam has 15 years of experience teaching children in Alaska & Utah. She has taught both in formal classroom settings and in the great outdoors. Miriam worked for Red Butte Garden & during those five years taught on and off-sight programs to elementary school students & conducted teacher professional development workshops throughout Utah. Wee Humans holds a special place in her heart because her little one's first time away from her side was at class. Miriam will be volunteering as a teacher/classroom aide.