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Marjorie Pelino is a Chicago-area civic leader and donor committed to supporting children and families.
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In , Pelino, along with her three daughters, founded the Pelino Charitable Foundation to provide education, health related and social service grants focused on strengthening children and families, improving quality of life and providing opportunities to the disadvantaged. Across her year career, Joan has been an innovative leader, policy advisor, author and public servant. Her work, and her perspective, encompass the whole child to include family and community influences on child well-being. Lombardi currently directs Early Opportunities LLC, a philanthropic advisement service focused on the development of young children, families, and the communities that support them.
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She also serves as the Guest Editor of Early Childhood Matters , the journal of the Bernard van Leer Foundation which annually chronicles leadership, innovations, and scaling in early childhood taking place around the world. Lombardi served in the U. Born and raised in Chicagoland, she is a long-time supporter of organizations serving families in the Chicago area. Pelino is passionate about the positive impact of early childhood, music and post-secondary education, as well as combatting domestic violence.http://www.inbizion.com/wp-content/map25.php
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To date, 62 students have been able to receive Erikson degrees through her generosity. Pelino Family scholarships are awarded to students dedicated to working in the field of early childhood education. His scholarly writing addresses early childhood care and education programs, school readiness, and developmental assessment of young children. Gilliam has led national analyses of state-funded prekindergarten policies and mandates, how prekindergarten programs are being implemented across the range of policy contexts, and the effectiveness of these programs at improving school readiness and educational achievement, as well as experimental and quasi-experimental studies on methods to improve early education quality.
His work frequently has been covered in major national and international news outlets for print, radio, and television. Gilliam actively provides consultation to state and federal decision-makers.
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Joan Lombardi, Ph. Over the past 40 years, Dr. Lombardi has made significant contributions in the areas of child and family policy as an innovative leader and policy advisor to national and international organizations and foundations and as a public servant. From to , she served in the U. Department of Health and Human Services as the first deputy assistant secretary for Early Childhood Development in the Obama administration. Previously, she served as the deputy assistant secretary for Policy and External Affairs in the administration for Children and Families and as the first commissioner of the Child Care Bureau, among other positions from to during the Clinton administration.
Allison Metz, Ph.
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Allison specializes in the implementation, mainstreaming, and scaling of evidence to achieve social impact for children and families in a range of human service and education areas, with an emphasis on child welfare and early childhood service contexts. Allison currently directs several national initiatives to build the capacity of major philanthropies and intermediary organizations to support jurisdictions in using evidence to improve outcomes for children and families.
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Allison serves on several national advisory boards and is an invited speaker and trainer internationally. He practices primary care pediatrics at Access Community Health Center.
With respect to education, Dr Navsaria is the director of advocacy training for the pediatric residency, and is frequently involved in medical student and physician assistant education from the clinical arena through myriad small group and lecture formats. Committed to understanding how basic science can translate into busy primary-care settings via population health concepts and policy initiatives,.
Dr Navsaria aims to educate the next generation of health care providers in realizing how their professional roles include being involved in larger concepts of social policy and how they may affect the cognitive development of children. Vidya Putcha, M.
In addition, Vidya is supporting a new global initiative to strengthen and support the early childhood workforce. Prior to joining R4D, Vidya was a Consultant at the Center for Universal Education at Brookings where she worked on research studies related to financing early childhood development, as well as at the World Bank, where she worked on providing countries with policy guidance related to improving their educational assessment systems. Our children are the future of America.
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