Gender Diversity and Equity:
​Creating Inclusive Environments for Children, Educators, and Families

with Sara Bloomberg


Tuesday, January 12, 2021

7:00-8:30PM PST







​​This workshop will help you reflect on ways to create a culture and environment in your school that is inclusive of LGBTQIA+ individuals. Attendees will also leave with tangible ideas that they can implement in their environments right away.


​This workshop is free to all BAMA members, including any staff, parents, and administrators covered under their school's Group Membership. Your membership must be paid and current to attend the workshop.

​RSVPs close on Tuesday, January 12 at 9:00 am PST. You will receive an email to the link and password to the Zoom meeting. ​Don't have Zoom? Download it here.

*NOTE* RSVP form is not your BAMA registration form. To become a BAMA member, click here.
​ 


​Our Speaker: 

​Sara Bloomberg, MA, has a long history as an educator. Sara earned a Masters degree from New York University in early childhood & elementary education with a specialty in Montessori education. Sara was a classroom teacher for many years before becoming the founding Director at Battery Park Montessori in New York City. After moving to Florida, Sara became the head of the Early Childhood Division at the St Augustine Public Montessori School, and more recently the head of Orange Tree Montessori Play Group.

Currently Sara is very active in the education universe. Sara was elected a Board member of the American Montessori Society and has been serving as the Chair of the AMS LGBTQIA+ Affinity group.

Sara is an Adult Educator for both the Duhovkha Montessori Teacher Education Program and the West Side Montessori Teacher Education Program as a math instructor. Sara is the head of Protea Montessori Consultants and consults for schools in New York and Florida.

Sara is a non-binary queer LGBTQIA+ presenter, author, and activist. Sara’s goal is to collaborate with educators and parents to help them support and guide LGBTQIA+ children and teachers in the Early Childhood and Lower Elementary years.

home