Save the Children Action NetworkFilm Screening and Panel Discussion
Starting at Zero: Reimagining Education in America – Film Screening and Panel Discussion
As the political advocacy arm of Save the Children, Save the Children Action Network is building bipartisan support to make sure every child has a strong start in life. We’re doing this by advocating for high-quality early learning and ending child hunger in the U.S., the safety of children arriving at the southern U.S. border and educating and protecting kids around the world.
Join us for an evening event to learn how we can strengthen the child care industry in New Hampshire. We’ll be watching Starting at Zero, on September 28 at 6pm at Red River Theatres.
We’ll then have a panel discussion, moderated by Laura Knoy, former Host, NHPR’s The Exchange, with introductions by Dellie Champagne, State Manager (NH), Save the Children Action Network, and Willa Kammerer, Director, Starting at Zero.
See below for some of our panelists.
Space is limited and registration for this free event is required. We hope you can join us!
Starting at Zero Panelists
Jeana Ross, Former Secretary of Alabama’s Department of Early Childhood Education
Dave Juvet, Senior VP of Public Policy; Business and Industry Association of NH
Cora Hoppe, Executive Director; Rochester Child Care Center
Senator Rebecca Whitley, NH District 15