• Ms. Etienne

    Mrs. Etienne moved to Loudoun County in 2008 after practicing Pediatric Occupational Therapy in New York City for 9 years.  She graduated from The University of Alberta in Canada and has practiced in hospitals, residential treatment facilities, early intervention centers and schools.


    Upon arriving in Loudoun County, Mrs. Etienne practiced at The Grafton School helping adolescents with disabilities and significant emotional and/or behavioral challenges.  Shifting her focus back to younger children, Mrs. Etienne began working for Loudoun County in 2009.  She works with students from Pre-K through grade 8 at Countryside Elementary and Belmont Ridge Middle Schools.


    Mrs. Etienne lives in Loudoun County with her husband and two children.  She is prepared to help every child in Frederick Douglass reach their true potential.


    “Education is not filling a bucket but lighting a fire” – William B. Yeats