Early Childhood Ecosystem & Workforce By Kentucky Youth Advocates|2021-10-13T11:51:01-04:00October 14th, 2021|Podcast| This week on our Advocate Virtual Forum, we discuss the early childhood ecosystem available to serve Kentucky kids and their families, along with what is needed for a strong workforce. Thank you to our panelists, including Lauren Hogan, Managing Director of Policy and Professional Advancement at National Association for the Education of Young Children; Kevin Fields, President/Chief Executive Officer at Louisville Central Community Centers, Inc; Jennifer Washburn, Executive Director at iKids Childhood Enrichment Center; and Brenda Hagan, Project Specialist at Kentucky Governor’s Office of Early Childhood. Thank you to Aetna Better Health of Kentucky for supporting the Making Kids Count podcast. Visit AetnaMedicaidKY.com/choose to learn more about their health care benefits and programs designed with your family’s wellbeing in mind. Share This! FacebookTwitterLinkedInPinterestEmail Related Posts A Conversation on 2022 State Budget Proposals 2022 Blueprint Priorities & A Look Ahead to the Legislative Session A Look at Data by Race & Recommendations to Advance Equity Launch of the 2021 Kentucky KIDS COUNT County Data Book Youth and Nicotine Prevention Leave A Comment Cancel replyComment Δ This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.