Nakia Nicholson, Chief Academic Officer- The Children’s Guild DC Public Charter School
Ms. Nicholson is both an experienced principal and trainer of principals and has held positions in both the Prince George’s County and Baltimore City School systems. She is known for her ability to improve the academic performance of students. She was recognized in the Prince George’s County school community and ranked number one in the district for achieving dramatic academic gains. She was also recognized in 2012 as one of forty women making extraordinary differences in Prince George’s County.
Bryan Daniels, Principal- The Children’s Guild DC Public Charter School
Bryan C. Daniels is a native Washingtonian. Bryan grew up in North East, D.C. and Upper Marlboro Md. he graduated from DeMatha Catholic High School. He received a bachelor of science degree in Early Childhood Education from Lock Haven University in Pennsylvania and a masters of arts degree in Special Education and Human Development from George Washington University. After spending the first four years of his career as a kindergarten teacher in Prince George’s County, Bryan was introduced to The Children’s Guild. He has spent the last twelve years with The Guild as a resource instructor, special education teacher, instructional coordinator, instructional coach, and assistant principal for non-public schools; serving students that are emotionally and behaviorally disturbed as well as students on the autism spectrum. Bryan is an advocate for all children, but especially those on the autism spectrum. He is committed to ensuring that all students receive a rigorous and relevant instructional program. When not working with his students, he enjoys spending time with his own children and his wife Nisha.