Sunny P. Chico
Sunny’s life has been shaped by two passions: family and education. Throughout her career, from special education teacher to federal director, Sunny has empowered parents to be active partners in their children’s education. She founded SPC Educational Solutions to create an ideal option for every child’s education through a focus on education reform, healthcare education, and program implementation services.
In addition to her role as founder and president of SPC Educational Solutions, Sunny is also a published author. Her commitment to education, along with her experience, expertise, and passion for helping families culminated in creating the series YOU: Your Child’s First Teacher, an unprecedented parent empowerment program that guides parents as they lay a foundation for their child’s success in school and in life.
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Aspira 1st Annual Parent Conference
PNC Crezca con Éxito
Sunny’s speech focused on the importance of parental engagement for child success. During the Q&A, parents told us that they felt inspired and empowered to make a difference in their schools.
Discussed the importance of parental engagement in academic success and the Common Core State Standards.
Delivered a keynote speech on parental engagement and the YOU: Your Child’s First Teacher program.
During her keynote speech, Chico discussed the importance of the conference’s theme: Parent Involvement: Empower, Engage, Evolve.
Provided the commencement speech to the 2011 graduates and their supporters at the Rasmussen College commencement ceremony.
Regional Secretary of Education
U.S. Department of Education, Region V
Resolved regional education problems related to federal resource use at state and local levels.
Executive Director of Institutional Advancement
Waubonsee Community College
Led enrollment and fundraising efforts while also managing the college’s foundation.
Assistant for Education to Lieutenant Governor Bob Kustra
State of Illinois
Led the state’s School-to-Work effort, including developing an $84 million grant.