A joint virtual convening presented by the Mary Ann Swetland Center for Environmental Health & Schubert Center for Child Studies
Join researchers from the Ohio COVID-19 Child Care Study as they discuss COVID-19 among staff and families affiliated with child care programs across the state and lessons learned for managing the impact moving forward. The virtual seminar will also highlight key voices with expertise in child health and wellbeing in addressing the value of child care and the importance of sustained investment.
Darcy Freedman, PhD, MPH, Director, Mary Ann Swetland Center for Environmental Health, Presenter
Mary Beth Marks, MBA, Interim Program Manager, Mary Ann Swetland Center for Environmental Health, Moderator
Lynanne Gutierrez, Esq., Assistant Director and Legal Counsel, Groundwork Ohio
Carol Haynes, RN, MS, Executive Director/President/Owner, Kiddie Academy®
Kristie Ross, MD, MS, Chief, Division of Pediatric Pulmonology and Sleep Medicine, University Hospitals Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital
Community Co-sponsors: 4C for Children, Action for Children, The Centers for Families and Children, Child Care Resource Center, Corporation for Ohio Appalachian Development, Early Childhood Resource Center,Groundwork Ohio, HOPE Toledo, Invest in Children, Ohio Association for the Education of Young Children,Ohio Child Care Resource & Referral Association, PRE4CLE, Preschool Promise, Inc. - Dayton/Montgomery, SWOAEYC and Starting Point (as of 2/10/21)