What happens when we respect all of the adults in children’s lives and each voice is valued and heard? They begin to build on each other’s wisdom, create strong teams, and be the architects of sustainable systems change. Join us for a conversation with Mississippi Learning Network members as they discuss how they used their own wisdom to create a collective “why” that in turn is leading to informed decision making that is improving quality for children.
This webinar will be facilitated live by:
Kenecha Brooks-Smith, Program Leader at Leading for Children,
Marneshia Cathey, Owner and Director of West Point Christian Preschool,
Shuronda Claiborne-Common, Director of Food Services at St. Joseph and St. Anthony Catholic Schools,
Laura Ensler, Senior Facilitator at Leading for Children,
Judy Jablon, Executive Director and Founder of Leading for Children,
Nichole Parks, Director of Programs at Leading for Children,
Larramie Sylvester, Cook and Music Teacher at Global Connection Learning Center,
and Reggie Taylor, Parent at West Point Christian Preschool.