Senta Greene celebrates a distinguished career of over 25 years in early care and education and a deep commitment to inspiring educators, school leaders, and policy makers to serve ALL children and their families with unparalleled aptitude, excellence, and dedication. Senta is passionate about supporting adult learners who seek to strengthen their awareness, understanding, and responsiveness about inclusive education, diversity, reflective practice, and high quality care for young children and their families. Senta is a frequent writer, speaker, advisor, and commentator- both nationally and internationally-on cultural humility, inclusive education, family-centered care and reflective practice. Senta has been recognized on the state, national and international levels with awards for excellence in teaching and service. As a thought leader in education, her work has stimulated innovative curriculum designs in early childhood classrooms and groundbreaking policy development and systems change in respecting cultural diversity, inclusive education, and family-centered practices. In the world of early care and education, she has served in the role of teacher, home visitor, preschool administrator, early intervention specialist, inclusion specialist, college instructor, consultant, and trainer.