President: Amanda Campbell, president@enrichri.org

Amanda Campbell, current president has been a part of the behind the scenes magic of ENRICHri in a number of roles for the last few years. Her favorite is being a teacher at co-op.

She is wife to Brent, Mama to Willow and Elowyn and their dog Gypsy. Fun fact, everyone in the Campbell household (even Gypsy) is a redhead! Amanda believes that instilling a lifelong love of learning in her girls is her main job.

Vice President: Open Position, vicepresident@enrichri.org

Treasurer: Alyssa Crowder, treasurer@enrichri.org

Alyssa lives in Warwick, RI with her husband, Andrew, and two children. They joined ENRICHri at the beginning of their homeschool journey in 2014.  Alyssa has a background in business consulting and research and is passionate about supporting local businesses and community. She has a Bachelors degree in Quantitative Economics and a Masters degree in Library Science that is currently put to good use performing research on homeschool curriculum and ideas!

Alyssa loves teaching and is an active participant in ENRICHri cooperatives as well as the leadership of the organization. She has held various positions including librarian, assistant cooperative director, business manager, and president of the board. In her free time, she is an avid reader and gardener, and seeks out every opportunity to spend time in or near the water –  paddle boarding, swimming or just basking in the sun!

Secretary: Nicole Brennan, secretary@enrichri.org

Program Manager: Emily Weiland, programs@enrichri.org

Emily is new to the area and to homeschooling, but is excited to tackle these new adventures.  Emily is from Pittsburgh, but has lived in New England for the past 16 years.

Her professional background is in training coordination and event planning. But her passion is volunteering, and she’s glad to find a role in ENRICHri that could use her behind-the-scenes application support experience.  She lives in Rehoboth with her husband and her two kids.

Member Advocate: Melissa Robb, memberadvocate@enrichri.org

ENRICHri works to promote and protect homeschool interests in Rhode Island. Each year as the General Assembly introduces bills the Advocacy Team monitors the progress of dozens of those bills. We watch for and respond to legislation that could affect homeschooling families on a state and district level.

Melissa has been a member of ENRICHri since 2010.  Her teenage son has been homeschooled since birth and is now taking dual enrollment classes at community college.  Melissa served on the Executive Board in various positions for 5 years before moving to the Member Advocate position.  Since 2015 Melissa has filled the role of Homeschool Liaison for the Newport Naval Base, bringing her experiences as a native Rhode Island homeschooler to incoming families.

Melissa’s life revolves around her son’s extensive Pokémon TCG tournament travel schedule and enjoying his teen years. She brings a wealth of passion and leadership in creating community connections to ENRICHri.

Assistant Member Advocate: Donna Wedge, donna.wedge@enrichri.org

Donna lives in Coventry, RI with her husband Richard, grandson, and a menagerie of animals.  Their family joined ENRICHri in 2013 to build community when their grandson was three, having decided homeschool was the path they would choose for his education.

She has always had a passion for advocacy having served on Federal Women’s Rights Committee, as a Rape Crisis Center Advocate and now on the ENRICHri’s Advocacy team. 

Donna is a work-from-home pet groomer and enjoys all things homesteading.

Communications Director: Jackie Taylor, Jackie.Taylor@enrichri.org

My name is Jackie and I am a life long Rhode Islander. I live in East Providence with my husband John and our two children Sal and Jade. Most of our days are spent playing superhero’s, trying new sports, painting, or making delicious home made treats!

My family joined Enrich in 2020 when we began homeschooling.  I was blown away by the knowledge, support, and community that Enrich provided and I am excited to volunteer for this role and use my education and skills to support Enrich.

Membership Director: Amanda Proux, membership@enrichri.org

Webmaster / IT Director: Anna Sousa, tech@enrichri.org

Anna lives in Cranston, RI with her husband, Daniel, and two children. They joined ENRICHri in 2017.  Anna has been working in the IT field for many years with a specialty in data analytics. 

Anna is happy to be sharing her technical knowledge with ENRICHri. Both Anna and her husband also enjoy teaching and are active participants in ENRICHri cooperatives. In her free time she loves to hula hoop with her children and play the Fife.

Assistant IT Director: Amber Stanley, tech@enrichri.org

Amber lives in Northern RI with her wife and two children.  She began her homeschooling journey in 2020 and loves it!  She is excited to be part of ENRICHri to build community for her family as well as provide opportunities for social engagement and fun learning opportunities.  Amber is a programmer and enjoys all things techie!  She loves figuring things out and fixing things. 

Amber is also our Preschool Director. If you are interested in learning more about our Preschool program please send your questions to Preschool@enrichri.org.

Performing Arts Director: Jennah Hubbell, jennah.hubbell@enrichri.org

Jennah Hubbell and her daughter Aaralyn have been members of ENRICHri since they started homeschooling in 2015.  The Hubbell Family, along with their dog, Charlie, and cat, Zeus, reside in Greenville RI. They have been active in first the Coventry co-operative, and most recently the PBGC Tuesday co-op.  

Jennah has taught several classes and enjoys volunteering within our community. She has also held various leadership positions in ENRICHri.

Wildschool Director: Kirstin Dalton, wildschool@enrichri.org

My name is Kirsten and I’m Korbin’s mom, a former nurse and craft-aholic. I live in Smithfield with my awesome husband, our awesome 8 year old kiddo and our bull terrier (who is also awesome but also- spoiled) I grew up on a farm in CT and spent the majority of my childhood outside in the woods, in the garden or taking care of the animals. I have a deep love and passion for sharing the beauty of nature and it’s become a major part of our homeschooling journey this past year. With everything opening up- the next step is Wildschooling groups!! We’ve had such an incredible time with Into the Earth in CT and we’re so excited to get involved here in RI too. We’re new to homeschooling but I’m very excited to come up with some fun activities and put together some quick and fun info sessions to encourage a closer bond to the land around us and get us exploring. I’m going to do my best to bring unique activities to the group to keep from creating too much redundancy with other groups so we can enjoy them ALL! Some of my passions include canning (making jams, jellies, pickles etc) and I have a small leather carving business. I’d love to bring these things in to share with you all along with some other ideas I am cooking up! I look forward to meeting you in the woods!!!