About

Michelle Carroll, Director / Lead Teacher of United Hearts Community School 

Michelle brings 25 years of teaching experience working in Early Childhood Education as a Head Start Teacher, Kindergarten Teacher, First Grade Teacher, Before and After School program leader, Summer Camp leader, Summer Arts program teacher, Childcare Center Lead Teacher and In-home Childcare Provider. She has a BS degree in Child Development and MA degree in Teaching and Learning with Technology. She currently holds a Professional Teaching License in Colorado and is Large Center Director qualified through Colorado Shines.

Dallo Fall, Teacher of United Hearts Community School 

Sister Dallo brings a lifetime of experience working with young children to our program. Her warm and nurturing character allows the children to feel safe and loved at school, She is originally from Senegal, West Africa. She has lived in the US for over 20 years with her husband and two daughters. We are excited to share her musical talents as a singer, song writer, drummer and dancer with our preschoolers as well the community.


Congo, Assistant Teacher/ Director of Drums for Diversity Music Program


Congo is the Founder of Drums for Diversity and Director of our music and culture program. He has been a professional percussionist for over 25 years. He has worked with Grammy award winning artists throughout his career. He has 20 years of experience working in schools hosting drum workshops and performances. He is sharing his skill and passion for the African and Afro-Cuban Latin Jazz diasporas and World Beats Percussion with our students and their families. He will be teaching the basic rhythms of the congas, bongos, claves, cajon and many other instruments including the history of where they came from. He provides all of the instruments for a full hands-on approach to learning.