As Deputy Director, Beth manages the comprehensive infrastructure of the State Advisory Council, 7 Vermont Early Childhood Action Plan Committees and 12 regional councils and works with individuals, organizations and agencies to develop best approaches for an integrated system that advances data-driven progress for all Vermont’s young children and their families. Beth works to inspire and maintain the vision outlined in Vermont’s Early Childhood Action Plan to improve outcomes for children and families. Beth joined the BBF team in 2014 since then has served as the Interim Executive Director, VECAP Director and Chittenden Regional Coordinator. Previously she worked for the City of Burlington managing the city’s community engagement, AmeriCorps and cultural competency programs. Beth’s skills are in strategic systems change, organization development, creating more equitable systems, engaged decision making and facilitation. She lives in Burlington, Vermont with her partner, Tracy, and their two daughters.
Building Bright Futures Regional Councils awards $100,000 in Vermont Early Childhood Fund grants to improve the well-being of children, families and communities Building Bright Futures (BBF) announced seven recipients of grants from the Vermont Early Childhood Fund (VECF). Grantees will work with BBF Regional Councils to improve the well-being of children (prenatal–age 8) and families, […]Read More