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Welcome to CEEds, the podcast of The Center for Early Education Alumni Council!

CEEds is made up of a series of conversations with members of The Center community who share their origin stories and the paths they have taken to become the inspiring people they are today.

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      Listen to hear from our next alumni guest, Jenni Konner '83. She’s a TV Writer, Producer, Director, and the Co-Showrunner of HBO’s Girls. Hear what she wanted to be when she grew up, how she got inspired from her time at CEE, what she learned from Judd Apatow, how to run a great show (like Reveta!), and her writing advice.

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      In this episode, hear from our second alumni guest, Jeff Platt (‘96). He’s the President of The NOW Massage and previously served as CEO of Sky Zone, successfully growing the business to 195 locations and selling it after nearly 2 decades. Hear how he got interested in entrepreneurship, what he learned at CEE, crazy stories from the early days of Sky Zone, how he grew it to almost 200 locations, and decided what to do after the acquisition. Learn more at

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      Jordan is Founder and CEO of Score a Score, Forbes 30 Under 30 in Music, and has been on the Inc. 5000 for 5 years in a row. Hear how influential CEE was in his entrepreneurial journey, how to leverage your network from CEE, his favorite part of being an entrepreneur, his childhood lemonade stand, and advice for the next generation.

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      In our pilot episode, we hear from the one and only Reveta Bowers. Learn how she got into teaching in the first place, how her education leadership skills have translated to corporate boardrooms, and the advice she would give her younger self.

Special Thanks

  • Sarah Hoberman '01
  • Marissa Lepor '06
  • Trevor Miller '97
  • Darrin Revitz '92
The Center for Early Education, a socio-economically and culturally diverse independent school for children, toddlers through grade six, strives to graduate students who are joyful, resilient, lifelong learners. The Center embraces a philosophy of education that combines a nurturing, inclusive learning environment with an increasingly challenging academic program that addresses the developmental needs of each child.