Speech Therapist

Rachelle works with children enrolled in the preschool special needs program to develop their expressive and receptive language skills. She has been at the center since 2008.


Rachelle earned a bachelor’s degree in communication sciences and disorders from the University of New Hampshire.

On working at the Center

“I enjoy working with the kids because this is an age where they are curious and go through developmental stages. It’s amazing to see them grow and learn in such a short period of time.”

Teaching Philosophy

“Early childhood care is a stepping stone that prepares children physically, emotionally and socially for continued education. Early childhood education provides the building blocks that are needed to make an easier transition to formal education. When a child is prepared for anything in life, they will prosper.”


Rachelle lives in Moultonboro with her husband Phil. She has two daughters, Madison and Kaylee.