Investing in the Future of Child Care: Integrating Child Care into Housing and Other Community Facilities
Thursday, October 22, 2020
12:00-1:00 p.m. PT
Quality child care facilities are essential to equitable and sustainable development. Join us on October 22 to explore how communities can work with developers and other stakeholders to integrate child care facilities into development projects and other public facilities that promote livable neighborhoods.
Affordable child care should be available for all, especially in lower-income communities and communities of color. Join us to discuss how co-locating child care operations with other community services can further that goal.
This is one in a series of events that are part of the Investing in the Future of Child Care initiative.
Susan Neufeld, Vice President of Evaluation and Resident Program Design, Bridge Housing
Kristen Anderson, Child Care Planning and Policy Consultant
Juanita Salinas-Aguila, M.Ed, Program Director, Early Learning, Enterprise Community Partners, Inc.
Kerrie Urosevich, Lead, Network Design and Innovation, Hawaii’s Early Childhood Action Strategy
Moderated by Angie Garling, National Director, Early Care and Education, Low Income Investment Fund