Rose Gathoni Maina

Rose Gathoni Maina Ph.D.

CHAD Faculty

Dr. Rose Gathoni Maina is an Advocate for Young Children and spoke at TEDx regarding keeping young children safe from abuse. She has worked for over 30 years in the field of Child Development and Early Childhood Education teaching young children, their parents and training teachers. She has worked as an administrator of many ECE programs as a Director, where she supervised private and public ECE programs. Rose graduated from Mills College in Oakland California where she received her Masters degree in Early Education and her doctoral degree from USC(University of Southern California) in Education Leadership and Public Policy. 


She enjoys presenting workshops and has presented at several NAEYC and NHSA conferences on the subjects of Storytelling, Early Literacy and Math, Self Empowerment for girls, Easy Grant Writing, Social Justice & Black Youth of USA, Secrets of Great Supervising for Business CEOs. She is currently Chair of the Business Civic Engagement Pathway where she oversees over 50 faculty including Child Development. Rose currently teaches Child Development at colleges and coaches clients to resolve their childhood traumas and increase wealth into their lives.  Her International Best Seller The Book of ROSE:Rituals of Self Empowerment is on Amazon.