Kimberly Sineath, Senior Director
Ms. Kim holds a bachelor’s degree in Social Work with an emphasis in program administration from Florida State University. She has been working in the nonprofit sector for 17 years. She began her career working with 2-1-1 Big Bend, providing telephone counseling & information and referral. This experience fueled her passion for prevention and early intervention services. From there, she went on to work for Prevent Child Abuse Florida within the Ounce of Prevention Fund of Florida. During this time, Ms. Sineath focused on parent education and support by implementing Circle of Parent support groups throughout the state. In 2008, Ms. Kim transitioned to The Learning Pavilion, and is dedicated to providing a continuum of services to our community from early intervention and parent support to internships and community education. In the future she would like to expand TLP’s services throughout the Big Bend area and share our program model with child development centers across the state. Ms. Kim is actively involved in community advocacy groups such as the Leon County Infant Mental Health Community Action Team, United Partners for Human Services, and the Early Childhood Education and Empowerment Workgroup facilitated by Whole Child Leon. She grew up in Deltona, Florida and moved to Tallahassee in 1999. Ms. Kim is married and the mom of three boys that keep her busy in her spare time with sports and extra circular activities.
Jamie Singleton, Program Director
Ms. Jamie holds a bachelor’s degree in Child & Family Sciences, specializing in early childhood education, and a Director’s Credential from the Florida Department of Children & Families. While she joined the TLP family in 2015, Ms. Jamie began in the early childhood field in 2001 and quickly responded to her calling as a program director. In addition, Ms. Jamie demonstrates a unique understanding of the hurdles families with special needs must overcome each day as she herself is the child of a parent with disabilities. Her experiences have led her to become a steadfast advocate for early childhood environments and interventions that are supportive and inclusive. At TLP, Ms. Jamie can often be found assisting the teaching staff with curriculum implementation, coordinating spirit week and other family-focused events at TLP, assisting with the re-accreditation process, and representing TLP at community events. Ms. Jamie was born and raised in Tallahassee.