Go NAP SACC is lucky to have the help and support of amazing partners in the field! Read more about the experts who have helped to shape Go NAP SACC.

Community Advisory Committee

A talented and dedicated group of early care and education professionals, technical assistance providers and others has helped to steer the development of Go NAP SACC. The members of Go NAP SACC’s Community Advisory Committee are:

Emily Bell - Down East Partnership for Children
Wendi Boggess - First Environments Early Learning Center
Cheryl Brown - Brown’s Day Care
Danielle Caldwell - The Children's Room
Robert Cates - Child Care Services Association
Jennifer Dock - The Little School of Hillsborough
Khari Garvin - NC Head Start State Collaboration Office
Amanda Holliday - UNC Chapel Hill
Danielle Johnson - Durham’s Partnership for Children
Joyce Johnson - Teddy Bear Lane
Priscilla Laula - Mecklenburg County Health Department
Adriana Martinez - Spanish for Fun Academy
Capri McDonald - East Coast Migrant Head Start Project
Marcy Maury - Guilford County Partnership for Children
Jessica Larson - The Little School at Duke
Erin Roberts
- North Carolina Cooperative Extension, Durham County Center
Jessica Oswald - NC Cooperative Extension, Alamance and Orange County Centers
Terri Walls - Craven Smart Start
Jackie Whitfield - Carrboro United Methodist Church Childcare Center
Davina Woods - Excel Christian Academy


The Go NAP SACC best practices, self-assessment, and other materials have been reviewed by a national group of experts from the following organizations: Be Active Kids, Child Care Connections (New Jersey), Duke University, Nemours Health Prevention Services, New York State Health Department, North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, North Carolina Association for the Education of Young Children, North Carolina State University, Pennsylvania Department of Education, Programs for Parents (New Jersey), US Department of Health and Human Services, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, University of Texas at Austin, University of Queensland (Australia), Seattle Children’s Hospital, Wisconsin Department of Health Services, Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction

Go NAP SACC is made possible with support from the Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina Foundation.