Margaret Stefanowicz

Saturday, May 19, 2018

Margaret Stefanowicz has been a professional childcare giver for fifteen years. Born and raised in Hungary, Margaret has two adult children and a lovely grandchild. She and her husband Alan reside in Cranbury, NJ. While in Hungary, Margaret attended Kindergarten Teacher Institute. Upon graduating, she began her professional working career as a kindergarten teacher for twenty-seven years. She served as an Assistant Manager, providing managerial functions for six years and lead city and county level teamwork workshops for four years. During this time, she was awarded a Hungarian Ministerial Commendation award in recognition of her teaching excellence. A short time later, Margaret supplemented her basic diploma with a three-year college education at Brunszvik Terez Kindergarten Teacher’s Institute of Koros College, graduating with honors. In 2002 Margaret decided to leave Hungary and move to the United States. Upon her arrival in America, she began working as a professional childcare provider for families with children ranging in age from newborn to 10-year old’s. Margaret soon realized that American families were struggling with finding the best way to manage their children. It soon became obvious that defiance, misbehaving ways and disobedience appeared ingrained in many children, making their parents lives both stressful and challenging. It soon became apparent that Margaret’s overarching goal would be to help impart “traditional parenting principles” to parents to ensure a fine balance between true leadership and love for their children. Margaret’s inspiration to offer leadership training for families comes from a timely quote by parenting guru, John Rosemond …. “All the love in the world cannot make up for a lack of leadership in a child’s life”.

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