People: Teaching Team

Alice CadyAlice Cady, EdM
Classroom Teacher

Alice Cady is from Wellsville, New York in Allegany County. She received her bachelor’s degree in health and human services from the University at Buffalo in May 2015. She received her master's degree in early childhood education. Alice started at ECRC as an intern in August 2014 and began as a teacher in the afternoon later that year. In addition to her work at ECRC, Alice has spent time interning at other schools with pre-k to second graders, and also has experience working in daycare. Alice enjoys baking, painting, being outdoors and volunteering around the community with the UB Circle K club and Habitat for Humanity.


Corinne EgglestonStanley Diih, EdM
Classroom Teacher

Stanley Diih was born in Brooklyn, New York and raised in Staten Island, New York. He received his bachelor’s degree in health and human services with a concentration in early childhood in May 2014. He completed his master's of education in early childhood and childhood education in May 2016. Now, he is in pursuit of a doctorate degree in educational administration. Stanley began working at ECRC as an intern in January 2013 and became a lead teacher in September 2013. He has spent the last year student teaching in Buffalo Public and Amherst Central schools. Now in his fourth year, he is very excited to be back at ECRC! In addition to his time at ECRC, he has spent the last several years tutoring and volunteering in local public school classrooms, ranging from K-12. He enjoys playing piano, watching sports and spending time with his friends and family.


Daniel HaugetoDaniel Haugeto, BS
Classroom Teacher

Dan grew up in Clarence Center, New York. He is currently in his fourth year here at UB and is majoring in health and human services degree with a concentration in early childhood. He then plans to go for his master's in occupational therapy. He hopes to work with early intervention children in a preschool setting. Dan first began at ECRC as an intern in fall 2013. He has now made the transition into being a teacher in the PS II classroom. For many years, Dan has been a volunteer at SABAH, a foundation for teaching children with special needs how to ice skate. These experiences and his overall love of working with children have made the transition to a teacher easy and exciting!

Dan also enjoys cooking, the outdoors, and spending time with friends and family.


E. Paige QuinlanE. Paige Quinlan, EdM
Classroom Teacher

Paige was born in Dansville, New York and raised in Wayland, New York. During her undergraduate study at UB, she majored in both psychology and health and human services, with a concentration in early childhood, and a minor in business. She earned her master’s in early childhood/childhood education. Paige began at ECRC in spring 2016 as an intern.

Paige kept busy as president of UB’s Men’s Rowing Club, where she was an active member and the coxswain. She enjoys reading, crafts, spending with her family and friends, and traveling.


Ashley SchultzAshley Schultz, BA
Classroom Teacher

Ashley grew up in Williamsville, New York. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in English from the University at Buffalo and is currently pursuing a master’s in early childhood education. Ashley started at ECRC as an intern in summer 2015 and began teaching the following September. Her primary research interests include literacy, social-emotional development and the psychology of parenting. Ashley enjoys reading, watching movies and spending time with her son.


Brianna StressingerBrianna Stressinger, BA
Classroom Teacher

Brianna grew up in Amherst, New York. Brianna received her bachelor’s degree in health and human services with a concentration in education, a minor in education and a minor in counseling. She is currently a graduate student at UB pursuing her master’s degree in early childhood/childhood education. Brianna first joined ECRC as an intern in 2015 and became a lead teacher in fall 2017. Brianna enjoys spending time with her family and friends, baking, and cheering for her favorite Buffalo sports teams!


Ashley SchultzNorline Wild, MSW, LMSW
Classroom Teacher

Norline Wild grew up in Grand Island, New York. She received her bachelor’s degree in human services from Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts and her master’s degree in social work (MSW) from Boston College. She is a licensed master social worker (LMSW). Norline is pursuing her PhD in curriculum, instruction and the science of learning at UB — focusing on early childhood education.

Norline has worked extensively with a diverse population of children and families in classroom, home and therapy environments and has 10 years of experience teaching preschool. Norline loves to spend time with her husband, Jason, and her three children, Mara, Gabriella and Anthony.