Tennessee Family Impact Seminar Directors Featured in NCFR’s Family Focus
Check out “Strengthening Families: Making Connections to Early Childhood Policy,” a Family Focus article based on information from the first Tennessee Family Impact Seminar held in February. The article, authored by Tennessee seminar director Dena Wise and former director Denise Brandon along with University of Tennessee graduate student Alex Tucker, also highlights part of the process they used to conduct their seminar.
Massachusetts Impact Seminars hold 5th seminar.
The Massachusetts Family Impact Seminars held their 5th seminar March 26, 2014 on A Lot on Our Plate: Chronic Health Threats in Massachusetts.
Missouri Family Impact Seminars hold 2nd seminar.
The Missouri Family Impact Seminars held their 2nd seminar March 26, 2014 on Early Childhood Education: Investing in Missouri’s Children.
Tennessee Impact Seminars hold 1st seminar.
The Tennessee Family Impact Seminars held their 1st seminar February 3, 2014 on Strengthening Families.
Four New Sites Join Our Network!
The Family Impact Institute (formerly the Policy Institute for Family Impact Seminars) is proud to welcome Arizona, Ohio, Oklahoma, and Rhode Island to our policy network. Affiliates from these four states attended a training in Madison, WI on January 22nd and 23rd alongside new affiliates from the existing sites of Indiana, Iowa, and Oregon to learn how to conduct Family Impact Seminars.
Wisconsin Impact Seminars hold 32nd seminar.
The Wisconsin Family Impact Seminars held their 32nd seminar January 22, 2014 on The Science of Early Brain Development: A Foundation for the Success of Our Children and the State Economy.