President of the NECPA Commission, Cindy Lehnhoff
Cindy Lehnhoff has worked in the field of Early Childhood Development and Education for 29 years. She has held the positions of Teacher, Director, District Manager, Divisional Director, and Division Vice President for Learning Care Group. As a District Manager in Oklahoma, she led 18 La Petite Academies to achieving their NECPA Accreditations for the first time. She served on the Child Care Advisory Committee, the Center for Early Childhood Professional Development and the College of Continuing Education. She is currently the Early Child Care and Education Committee Board member for the Oklahoma Child Care Association, and the alternate representative to the National Child Care Association. She is an active lobbyist for the Three Star centers in Oklahoma.
Vice President of the NECPA Commission, Danny Morris
Danny Morris has been a visionary leader and successful business entrepreneur for over 40 years. His business experience also includes more than 30 years of experience in the Child Care Industry as an owner of child care centers, business consultant and broker. He is resourceful in establishing relationships, developing buyer/seller opportunities, creating explosive revenue / profit growth,
improving child care center standards and operational quality. He is successful in business evaluation and financial analysis; developing management plans; establishing start-up operations; troubleshooting and rebuilding existing child care centers. He has a special talent for developing a committed management team. He has served on several Early Education organizations including past president of Florida Association for Child Care Management (FACCM) and past board member of the National Child Care Association.
Treasurer of the NECPA Commission, Mark L. Rosenberg, Esq.
Mark L. Rosenberg, Esq., previously owned 7 child care centers in Washington D.C. and the Baltimore, MD areas. Mr. Rosenberg is a past Treasurer for the National Child Care Association. He is currently General Counsel of the National Child Care Association. He has a private law practice in Bethesda, Maryland, and serves businesses in the mid-Atlantic area, including child care companies. He is an attorney in private practice in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area and received his B.A. in Economics "With High Distinction" from The University of Michigan. He earned his law degree from the Harvard Law School and holds a Master of Laws in Taxation degree from the Georgetown University Law Center. He was an antitrust prosecutor with the Federal Trade Commission and served previously as Deputy Assistant General Counsel for Legislation at the FTC, and as a Subcommittee Counsel for the United States House of Representatives. He is founder and a member of Trustee of the Foundation for Child Care Research and Education. Mr. Rosenberg is also past President of the Maryland State Child Care Association, a member of the Bars of the State of Maryland and the District of Columbia, and is admitted to practice before the United States District Court for the District of Columbia, the United States District Court for the District of Maryland, the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, and the United States Tax Court.
Mark L. Rosenberg, Esq.