As the BBF Chittenden Regional Coordinator, Amanda seeks purposeful opportunities to develop strong connections with community partners, caregivers, and organizations that result in systems that better serve young children and families. Collaborative Leadership is the thread that weaves together her career and aspirations – she truly believes that our communities are strongest when we all work together. Amanda holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education from Johnson State College, and is currently working towards her Master’s in Education at UVM. In addition to her work at BBF, Amanda also teaches dance to young children, and visits Vermont’s beautiful mountains to snowboard as often as she can in the winter. She resides in Underhill with her husband and two daughters.
Chittenden Regional Project Highlight: Substance Use Disorder (SUD) – Making the Systems Work for Families
Overview The SUD – Making the Systems Work for Families Project is embedded in the BBF statewide network. To describe this network briefly, BBF has 12 regions throughout Vermont that align with the Agency of Human Services districts. Each regional early childhood council, supported by one of BBF’s Regional Council Coordinators, brings together community members […]Read More