My name is Rashawn Alexander, I am the After School Enrichment Program Coordinator at ECC. I’m a Native Washingtonian and have two young children. My interests include listening to music, traveling with my family and cooking. I started my career in education 11 years ago. Throughout each of those years I’ve been an after school teacher, substitute teacher, operations assistant and a manager for after school programs. My goal at ECC is to help positively enrich and engage students with age appropriate activities in a safe learning environment. I possess a high level of compassion for children and I look forward to supporting your child’s growth and enjoyment during their time at ECC ASEP!
Stephanie graduated receiving her BS in Psychology from Rutgers University in New Jersey. Upon graduation, she worked as a vocational counselor for the State of Maryland for several years, before pursuing graduate study. She earned her MSW degree from Howard University School of Social Work with field study at The National Institutes of Health and John’s Hopkins Hospital. Her post-graduate training and employment with the Family Therapy Practice Center included the provision of clinical supervision and consultation to mental health and social service agencies in the Washington metro area. For the last 28 years, Stephanie's clinical practice has specialized in providing individual psychotherapy, family therapy, and case management services to emotionally challenged children and their families. Prior to 2019, she served as the Director of Clinical Services at the Episcopal Center for Children.