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Social Justice & Change Through Training and Conversation 

Making Change

This year we are passionate about teaching our educators about different social justice issues that impact our communities. We believe that our community has so many solutions, but are not given the chance to be a part of the conversation and create solutions. This year we are going to collect stories, surveys and create reflection groups to collect information that can be used to educate others and build networking opportunities.



Consulting, collaboration, and brainstorming is our specialty.  

  • Childcare Business and Reorganization 
  • Online Course Development 
  • Google Educational Tools 
  • Early Childhood Education 
  • Professional Development 
  • Career Development 
  • Maternal Health 

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Maternal Health for Women 

Early childhood educators work with families and have the opportunity to build rapport and peer relationships with mothers. We believe through training and coaching Infant educators can learn how to support families in the 4th trimester in a unique way.


  • The birth individual can experience loneliness which leads to depression, lack of self-awareness, and self-care if there is a lack of support. 
  • In the first year of parenting, there is a higher rate of separation and divorce.
  • A lack of understanding of the 4th-trimester results in a lack of intervention for families. 


High Turn Overs in Early Childhood Education 

Early childhood education is in demand, but there is a lack of educators in the field. Over the past years, we have been talking with educators about their experiences and solutions. We want to shed light on the following to understand the problems. 


  • Help educators understand social justice issues. 
  • Build understanding around the 4th-trimester and how it correlates to high turnovers in early childhood education.
  • The culture of the community is broken due to poor leadership, burnout, and validation from the community.


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