Meet The Cedarsong Way Teacher Training Mentors


In The Cedarsong Way Teacher Training, there are three required mentorship sessions.

When you are ready for your one on one hour of mentorship, please contact one of the mentors below to schedule your mentorship session. Mentors will respond within 48 hours to schedule. You will then pay the mentor $65 directly prior to your session, and note payment date and method on your documentation form.

You will choose a different mentor for each of your three mentorship sessions. The goals of the mentorship are deeper understanding of The Cedarsong Way, building community, finding out more about you and how we can support you, and an opportunity for you to reflect on specific questions that we ask in each session, as well as for you to ask any questions of us about our work and implementation on The Cedarsong Way.

Please note. ONLY the mentors listed below meet the requirements for this particular mentorship. No other mentorship will be accepted to meet this criteria.

Enjoy getting to know more of The Cedarsong Way community, school directors and teachers. We look forward to getting to know you too.

Barbara Sheridan


Barbara is an International Forest School facilitator and workshop presenter for the Forest school pedagogy. She has been consulting and training professionals for 25 years on child centred learning and began her roots in the Forest school movement with the Teacher Training from Erin Kenny at Cedarsong Nature School.

Contact Barbara here

Rhonda Pollock


Rhonda Pollock is the Founder of Pollywogs Nature Playschool, an Accredited Cedarsong Way School which operates with a home-based license from the MA Department of Early Education and Care, offering a nature-based preschool program, seasonal after-school nature immersion programs, and a Nature Camp Summer Session.


Rhonda is the Lead Educator and has been nurturing and connecting children to nature since 1998. Rhonda has extensive experience in Early Childhood Education as well as Child Social Services.  Rhonda has completed ongoing college-level classes and  Professional Development in ECE, Environmental Education & Nature-based Education for Early Childhood Educators to hone her craft. In addition, she holds a Bachelor of Social Work Degree, B.S.W. from Rhode Island College.  Thus, her work-related experience is both broad and extensive. 


Rhonda is also a certified Cedarsong Way Forest Kindergarten Teacher having trained with the esteemed Erin Kenny. Rhonda currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Eastern Region Association of Forest and Nature Schools. Contact Rhonda here. 

Nicole Corbo

Nicole has spent the last three decades educating learners of all ages in nature as a river guide, environmental educator, nanny, and early childhood educator. She entered the Nature Preschool field by way of Cedarsong Nature School, where she had the joy of teaching with Erin Kenny. Nicole also supported Erin in running her Cedarsong Way Teacher Training programs for learners from all over the world.

In 2017, Nicole founded Roots & Sky Nature-Based Learning because she believes it is essential that all children, preschool through high school, and the grown-ups who guide them, have opportunities to experience meaningful time learning in, about, and with nature. She offers programs, professional development, and consulting services.

Nicole is also director of the Washington Nature Preschool Association (WaNPA), an all-volunteer collaborative of outdoor and nature-based educators, administrators, and consultants in the Pacific Northwest United States. Part of the time, Nicole teaches at Nature Nuts Forest Kindergarten, the first Cedarsong Accredited school in the U.S., where she is joyfully referred to as Teacher Frog, and Nicole is excited to help you see what is possible through The Cedarsong Way. Contact Nicole here. 

Nicole Majewski

Nicole is a mother of 3 young boys and resides with her family in an off grid ranch in Nayarit, Mexico. , she is passionate about nature based and interest led learning models, holistic health for families and cultivating connection. 
An active participant in her local alternative educational community,  
she is the former Director of Education for Entreamigos Center in Nayarit,  a founding member of their micro-school in the jungle, and creative director and lead grown-up of Iyari Play, an unplugged play project for families in Nayarit, Mexico. 
Nicole is a big believer in messy and risky play and cultivating curiosity and creativity in children. She currently hosts story circles and creative workshops for kids and adults in her community and offers nature immersion opportunities on their off grid ranch. You can contact email here

Molly Lannon Kenny


Molly Lannon Kenny is co-chair of The Cedarsong Way board and Erin Kenny’s sister. She is a licensed speech-language pathologist and a sought after autism specialist. She left her clinical position at a major hospital in 1999 to develop her own therapy method, Integrated Movement Therapy (IMT), which combined her clinical expertise with her love of movement, yoga and spiritual practice.

She subsequently developed trainings in IMT and has traveled all of the world teaching clinicians, educators and yoga teachers to work more effectively, naturally and joyfully with people with special needs. She is passionate about inclusion, as well as earth stewardship. She lives in coastal Mexico and is delighted to offer her knowledge and experience as a Cedarsong Mentor.

You may be particularly interested in mentorship with Molly if you are wondering about special needs inclusion, non-profit governance, building your own business or to know more about Erin, her values, her inspiration and her beginnings. Molly may be contacted directly via email.