Eileen Donnally, MS
Eileen Donnally is the project coordinator for the PEACh Project, which explores classroom ecology, activities, and experiences and their impact on preschoolers. Eileen has worked in the early childhood field for over 15 years, primarily as an infant and toddler teacher. She began her early childhood teaching career at the A. Sophie Rogers School in the Schoenbaum Family Center when it opened in 2007. She graduated from Ohio State with both her Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees in Human Development and Family Science. During graduate school, she assisted on the New Parents Project (NPP). Her personal research interests are the interrelations of Motor and Cognitive development of young children. When not at work, Eileen is most often attending an extracurricular activity of one of her children. She also enjoys fitness activities, musical theater, and spending time with family and friends.