Vera Vaughn

Title: President & Chief Executive Officer
Company: Annandale Play-Care, Inc.
Location: Woodbridge, VA United States

A veteran of the industry, Vera Vaughn has nearly 40 years of experience in child care, with almost three decades of this experience dedicated to being the president and chief executive officer of Annandale Play-Care, Inc and Woodbridge Play-Care. In her role, she is responsible for overseeing day-to-day operations for the child care centers, including bookkeeping, finance, human resources, payroll and staffing and other administrative duties. Her facilities offer a variety of services and programs to children varying from preschool age to middle school, as well as summer and after school programs, too.

Ms. Vaughn attributes her success to her passion for her career. She had always wanted to pursue a career within the child care industry, and she loves what she does. Looking to the future, she plans on growing the companies and teaching others how to run a successful preschool.

In preparation for her professional endeavors, Ms. Vaughn received a Bachelor of Arts in business administration and an Associate of Arts in child psychology from Strayer University and Harcum College, respectively. She is currently pursuing a master’s degree in business management as well. With her many years running and managing a child care center, she considers her area of expertise to lie in human resources.

In addition to her career, Ms. Vaughn also supports the efforts of Saint Margaret’s Catholic Charities. When she is not working, she enjoys traveling, golfing, football and basketball.

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