Meet Our Staff
My name is Dayna White. I am the Executive Director at Kiddie City Child Care Community Inc. in Euclid, Ohio. I have been the ED for 1 year now and employed at Kiddie City for going on 10 years as the Assistant Director. I have been in the profession of Early Childhood Education for nearing 23 yrs. During my career, I worked at 1 other center where I taught every age group.
As Executive Director of Kiddie City, I take great pride in knowing that our Center is on that strives for excellence and quality in child care while promoting our 5 values, Respect, Communication, Teamwork, Responsibility and Caring. We have a wonderful complement of staff; dedicated and truly amazing at what they do.
Part of my role as Executive Director is to keep abreast of, and advocate for the Early Childhood profession. I am currently a part of the Euclid Chamber of Commerce and Business Volunteers Unlimited (BVU).Being a part of these professional networks allows me the opportunity to shar information with our staff and build knowledge to grow our Non-Profit Organization, which is my ultimate goal!
Carole is the owner of our previous infant/toddler building on Wilmore and has been a successful business owner for many years. Gramma M is a tremendous advocate for children and their families and has recently moved back to Ohio to renovate her Kiddie City building at the corner of Wilmore and E. 200th Street as a personal residence and as a home for a new organization – Village Volunteers. This group will promote volunteering in Euclid.
Sherrie Zagorc (Mrs. Z)
Sherrie is a retired (30 years) Family and Consumer Science Teacher (Home Ec/Parenting and Child Development) at Mentor High School. She left a food service career in 2006 with Sodexho Jones Day/Lubrizol to begin her dream as a child care center employee. The holder of a Master’s Degree in Education from Cleveland State. Mrs. Z is the chairperson of our neighborhood’s E. 200th Street Stroll committee. Sherrie was honored to be selected as the 2010 Kiwanis Citizen of the Year, the Euclid American Legion Post 343 Citizen of the Year, and the recipient of the Euclid Hospital/Cleveland Clinic Community Service Award. Sherrie also represented Kiddie City in Project Access – a capacity building program of the Cleveland Foundation. Sherrie received Northern Ohio Area Chambers of Commerce Bright Star 2012 award for Euclid’s Chamber of Commerce.