Final EC Systems Summit Workshop Schedule

Early Childhood Systems Summit Workshops

Time

Presenters

Workshop

Room

9:00 – 10:15 pm

Welcome: David Arens

Keynote: Dr. Sarah Lytle

The Power of Children's Early Experiences

Ballroom

10:30 – 12:00 pm

Mary Janssen

Elizabeth Stanek

Community Collaboration: Planning for Child Care in Your Community

Marion

 

Dr. Bob Russell

Achieving  ECI’s Goals for Children’s Dental Health

Clayton

 

Judge Constance Cohen (Retired)

Early Experiences Matter: Bringing Science to Justice for Infants, Toddlers, and Their Families

Webster

 

Becky Miles-Polka

Rachel Williams

Malai Amfahr

Engaging Community Partners to Support Early School Success

Hancock

 

Caitlin Codella 

Dawn Oliver-Wiand

Convening Business and Community Leaders to Discuss Child Care Impact

Shelby/

Woodbury

12:00 – 1:00 pm

Lunch and Keynote Speaker

High Quality Early Learning: A Competitive Imperative in a Global Economy

Ballroom

1:15 – 2:45 pm

Dr. Beth VanMeeteren

Sherri Peterson

Investing in Iowa’s Future Innovators: How High Quality STEM Experiences in Preschool Through Grade Two Benefits Iowa

Marion

 

Ashley Hopkins

Understanding Implicit Bias: Rewiring our Perceptions and Intentions

Clayton

 

Jean Sullivan

PJ West

Kelly Schulte

Supporting Iowa Families

Webster

 

Ashley Otte

Dara Madigan

How Workforce Initiatives Impact the Early Care and Education System

Hancock

 

Sarah Lytle

The Power of Children’s Early Experiences: A Deeper Dive

Shelby/

Woodbury

 

Business Track

U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation

Ballroom

3:15 – 4:15 pm

Kelly Hanson

Patti Delger

Wellness Today, Wellness Tomorrow

Marion

 

Tom Rendon

Jeff Anderson

Designing Systems for Success

Clayton

 

Billie Jo Clausen

All About Iowa's Infant Mental Health Initiative: Supporting Babies and Toddlers, their Families and the Providers Who Help Them

Webster

 

Brenda O’Halloran

Rebekah Hungate

Child Care Shortages: How is it Impacting Businesses and Communities?

Hancock

 

Bill Millett

Enough Already With the Warm and Fuzzies: Segmented Advocacy that Really Works

Shelby/

Woodbury

 

Business Track

Panel Discussion of Iowa Businesses

Ballroom

 

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