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Eve Robinson, a native of Trenton, NJ has lived in Montclair since 1992. She is recognized as an expert in early childhood education, child welfare and child abuse prevention. Her professional career has spanned many decades including 12 years as the Executive Director of the Montclair Community Pre-K; where she lead the school to national recognition and worked closely with the Montclair school district to create inclusive classrooms for preschool children. She currently serves as a consultant and advisor in early childhood education as well as an instructor and specialist at the Robert D. McCormick Center for Child Advocacy at Montclair State University.
She and her husband, Tom Fraioli, moved here from the East Village in New York City to raise their daughters, Sophia and Olivia Fraioli. She is an enthusiastic supporter of the Township and its schools and is proud of the impact both the town and the schools have had on her children and their overall development as successful adults.
She knows many of the families who currently have students enrolled in the district and is looking forward to meeting the rest of the families during her tenure as a member of the Board of Education.
Eve would like to dedicate her appointment to the Board to her late mother Estelle R. Robinson, Professor Emeritus at Rutgers, who was appointed to the Trenton Board of Education by Mayor Arthur Holland in 1965 and served two terms. She was a mentor and inspiration in all aspects of Eve’s life.
Eve graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and received her Master’s degree in Early Childhood Education from Wheelock College in Boston, MA. She has several post graduate certificates in her field as well. In addition, Eve is an avid tennis player and plays competitively in the USTA senior league.