Who We Are
We’re a nonprofit motivated by mission. We care about your child, and it shows in the high quality of care and education we provide.
Committed to Excellence
All of our centers have, or are in the process of completing, Level 4 on Indiana’s Paths to QUALITY ratings scale and are nationally accredited.
On a Greater Mission
Not only do we provide excellent learning experiences in our centers, but as part of Early Learning Indiana, we champion high-quality care for all Hoosier children.
Increasing Access for Families
We raise funds to support a number of programs - including Closing the Gap and scholarships for children - helping to make high-quality early learning more accessible.
Your child will learn in a rich, diverse environment that nurtures individual talents and addresses the unique backgrounds of each child we educate.
Investing in Educators
From the moment an educator starts their career at Day Early Learning, they benefit from professional development including access to curated trainings in partnership with higher education institutions.
Our Experienced Leaders
Erin has been in her role at Day Early Learning for more than three years and has a master’s in elementary education with a concentration in early childhood education. She loves making a difference for children in central Indiana. Her weekends are spent at sporting events supporting her own children and rooting for the Chicago Cubs.
Adrienne began her time with Day Early Learning in the summer of 2021 as an Early Learning Leadership Coach before being promoted to her current role as Director of Early Learning Practice and now VP of Early Learning Practice. She received a bachelor’s in child development from Ball State University. Her favorite thing about her work is partnering with School Leaders and Team Leads to support all of the work happening in all 11 centers.
Amy joined Day Early Learning in 2007 and has also served as Office Manager and Assistant Director. She has a bachelor’s degree in early childhood education. Amy enjoys seeing the enthusiasm of teachers when they discover a new component or skill and building trusting, collaborative relationships with children and their families.
In her seven years with Day Early Learning, Emily has served in many roles including Early Head Start Curriculum and Instruction Specialist, Early Head Start Disabilities Coordinator and the School Leader at the Center for Infants and Toddlers. She enjoys leading quality initiatives that enhance the lives of our youngest learners.
Ashleigh started at Day Early Learning in 2011 as a Classroom Support Professional before also serving as a Teacher and a School Leader. She has a bachelor’s degree in social work and a master’s in adult and community education. Her favorite part about her job is the uniqueness of each day as early childhood development plays out in our centers.
With nearly a decade of experience, Courtney came to Day Early Learning in late 2020. She has a bachelor’s in child development along with a master’s degree in educational psychology and neuropsychology. Courtney loves helping her peers around the center and can find her at concerts, reading or exploring new places with her husband during her free time.
Nyeshia has been with Day Early Learning since 2009 and started as a substitute teacher before working her way up to Classroom Support Professional. She has a bachelor’s degree in human development and family life studies and her favorite part about her role is seeing families overcome obstacles to reach their goals.
Michelle began her time at Day Early Learning in 2010 as a Preschool Teacher before moving in to her current role. She has a bachelor’s degree in elementary education and enjoys creating strong relationships with the Early Head Start families she serves.
Mary joined Day Early Learning in 2019 and has a bachelor’s degree in social work. Her favorite part about her role is being a resource in helping families meet their goals for well-being and success. Mary also enjoys giving parents the opportunity to further their own education and establish careers while knowing their children are being cared for in a high-quality early learning environment.
Tasha has been with Day Early Learning since 2020 and previously served as Office Manager. She is pursuing a bachelor’s degree in business administration. Tasha enjoys problem-solving and building rapport with the center’s families.
We have spent more than a century building a reputation as Central Indiana’s standard-bearer for excellent child care. In 2014, Day Nursery changed its name to Early Learning Indiana, and our early childhood centers became known as Day Early Learning centers.
At Early Learning Indiana, our goal is to continue our tradition of being the area’s premier source for early education, care and resources, while embracing a larger role as an advocate and leading voice for early childhood education in Indiana. Our mission every day is to ensure the highest quality early care and education for children in Indiana. Learn more about Early Learning Indiana.