Early Learning Leadership Brunch

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An annual gathering of stakeholders to share the stories of children and families in our region and increase investment in early learning

Please join the Northwest Early Learning Coalition and community stakeholders from across the region to consider how current research and local data can inform policy, practice and community norms to strengthen outcomes for children and families.  

We are pleased to announce that Victor Rodriguez will be this year’s keynote speaker.  Victor comes from the Tacoma Pierce County Health Department. He spent most of his life in Skagit County and is the son of two Mexican immigrant farmworkers. His professional background includes social justice work through community organizing, social work, and public health focused on child, youth, and family outcomes. Victor is currently a program manager at the Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department and will be focusing our discussion on building resilient communities.

State of Children and Families
Early Learning Leadership Brunch 2018

September 27, 2018

Swinomish Casino & Lodge

12885 Casino Drive, Anacortes, WA

Register for the brunch 




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