Staff

The following list includes Wake County SmartStart departments, staff and e-mail addresses. To contact a Wake County SmartStart employee, please call Wake County SmartStart directly at 919-851-9550.

Administration
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Nancy Peck, Executive Assistant
Receptionist

Community Outreach and Education
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Pam Howser, Community Outreach & Education Coordinator

Finance
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Sue Consolatti, Accounting Technician Payables
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NC Pre-Kindergarten Program
.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address), Pre-Kindergarten Manager
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.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address), Pre-Kindergarten Outreach Assistant
.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) Pre-Kindergarten Program Assistant

Program Coordination and Evaluation (PCE)
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Sasha Gomez, Project Coordinator
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.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address), Evaluation Manager

Quality Enhancement Initiative (QEI)
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Sarah Dixon, Quality Enhancement Specialist
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Lynn Policastro, Quality Enhancement Specialist
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Research shows that funding birth to five programs is the best way to maximize taxpayers' investments in education. Despite difficult economic conditions during the 2009-2010 fiscal year, and uncertainty in the lives of area families, Wake County SmartStart has worked diligently to support quality early child care services to families and children in the most need.