“Thank you all for being here and for the very, very warm welcome home,” Aigner-Treworgy, a Massachusetts native, said at the event, which was held at the downtown Boston law firm Goulston & Storrs.
As we’ve blogged, Aigner-Treworgy comes to Massachusetts from Chicago where she was the chief of early learning.
Sworn in as commissioner last month, Aigner-Treworgy will attend her first meeting of the Board of the Department of Early Education and Care at 1 p.m. on Tuesday, September 10, 2019. For more information about the EEC board meeting, click here.
For now, however, Aigner-Treworgy is happily getting to know her team, the state’s email system, and early education’s many teachers, leaders, and activists.
She is looking forward to learning from Massachusetts’ history of early education leadership, and she’s excited about working with the field to discover what lies ahead.
Be sure to reach out to her with your thoughts and ideas, because, as she explained on Tuesday, she’s already looking forward to hearing them:
“Thank you for all the support, and thank you for all the support, in advance, that you are going to give me.”