Ms. Guerrier was born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, and her family relocated to the United States at the age of seven. Ms. Guerrier developed a desire to work with children at a very young age. Her first passion was to become a pediatrician, but decided to become a teacher in university. Ms. Guerrier joined the Sacred Heart of Jesus School community in 2015. Prior to joining the Sacred Heart of Jesus School community, she was a pre-kindergarten teacher in a private preschool for eight years. After starting a family, Ms. Guerrier chose to stay home with her two daughters, Sarah (now 6 years old) and Sophia (3 years) for five years. During her time home with her daughters, Ms. Guerrier worked as a per diem substitute teacher for the New Hyde Park school district and New York City Department of Education for two years, providing instruction in pre-kindergarten- grade 6 classrooms. Ms. Guerrier earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Black and Puerto Rican studies and Elementary Education from Hunter College. She earned her Master of Science degree in Early Childhood Education and is licensed from birth-grade 6. Her Masters thesis focused on building sustainable school-community relations and she believes it takes a village to raise a child. In addition, she believes in teamwork and collaborates with the early childhood teachers on a weekly basis. She specifically focuses on small group instruction in the classroom, as each child learns at a different pace. Outside of the classroom, Ms. Guerrier loves to travel and enjoys cruising. She has traveled to various countries such as Iceland, Spain, London, France, Morocco, Monaco, Dubai and many more. She also enjoys the beauty of the National Parks. She loves to read and is grateful that her daughters have also inherited this trait. A fun fact about Ms. Guerrier is that she ate fermented shark and saw the Northern Lights in Iceland.