Anu Dhanju, BSW,RSW
Co - Director
She also has worked as an Early Childhood Educator as part of a team of therapists implementing Early Learning Curriculum for various daycares across the city. As well, she has worked on a Trauma Detachment Growth unit which focused mainly on facilitated relationships between parents and children through play.
All of her previous work experience has been focused on the development of children’s mental and behavioural growth and largely community and family based which ultimately has led her down the path to where she is now as the director of Harvest Pointe Daycare. The ability to have impact on families and children in the early years is something very close to her heart
Whitney Ogilvie, ECD
Co - Director
Whitney uses the Alberta Curriculum Framework; Flight in her everyday work with children. This framework guides Whitney in reflective thinking and is an interpretive tool for imagining possibilities, one that helps her see and think about children as Mighty Learners and Citizens.
Whitney also enjoys working with the community and has previously worked as a Family Support Coordinator where she facilitated daytime programming for families and their children as well as organized parent workshops on various topics.
In addition, Whitney has been apart of the Competitive Cheerleading community over the last 17 years and has coached athletes between the ages of 3-50 years for the last 15 years. Whitney holds her ICU Level 3 Coaching Certification and Respect in Sports. Fun Fact: Whitney has cheered on a competitive Level 6 All-Girl team and has won 3 bids to the World Cheerleading Championships in Orlando, Florida