Mrs. Lampman has taught in the Field of Early Childhood since 1993 in both public and private schools. In 2015, she earned her Master's Degree in Early Childhood Education from Oakland University. Prior to finding her true passion of being a teacher, she worked in the corporate world as an Administrative Assistant. She worked for the head of the Billing Department at Henry Ford Hospital after graduating from Western Michigan University with her Business Management Degree. Over the last several years, she has had the opportunity to be a presenter at the MiAECY Early Childhood Conference held in Grand Rapids, Michigan, as well as at the Michigan Association of Non-Public Schools (MANS) Conference. Mrs. Lampman is able to share her passion for helping children to learn through playing games with other educators and college students in the field of Early Childhood.
Mrs. Lampman is a proud mother to two wonderful children and a grandmother to one loveable grandson. Both of her children are graduates of Guardian Angels Catholic School and Bishop Foley Catholic High School. When she is not at school, Mrs. Lampman enjoys sewing, swimming, golfing, and going to sporting events. Her true passion though is spending time with her children and grandchild as well as hanging out with family and friends.