In 2011, Veronica was selected by the JCC Association, along with six other early childhood directors, to serve in the Continental Early Childhood Director’s Advisory Council charged with redefining and implementing excellence in JCC’s early childhood education across the United States and Canada.
In 2012, Maravankin, along with eight early childhood educators from across the country, was awarded an ignition grant from the Covenant Foundation to create the Paradigm Project for Jewish Early Childhood Education. The grant assisted educators in creating learning communities across United States and is today, a valuable resource in the advancement of Jewish early childhood education.
In 2008, Maravankin completed the Project Zero Summer Institute at Harvard University, School of Education. She is a graduate of the JECEI-Covenant Fellowship for Excellence in Jewish Early Childhood Education.