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Faith in Child Care Settings: Findings from Georgia and Massachusetts

Thursday, June 20th-2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

In the United States, child care has long been provided by religious groups or housed in buildings that also serve as places of worship. According to a survey conducted by the Bipartisan Policy Center in 2020, faith-based child care remains a popular choice for many families. However, there has been little research conducted about the faith-based component of the child care sector: who provides faith-based child care, what does it mean to be faith-based, and how many faith-based child care providers are there?

Join us on Thursday, June 20 at 2pm ET for a CPJ-hosted webinar exploring the role of faith in child care settings. This webinar will discuss findings from our recent study in Georgia and Massachusetts, conducted in partnership with Baylor University’s Institute for Studies of Religion.

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Speakers:

Rachel Anderson, J.D., is a coalition-builder, facilitator, and policy advisor with a background in law, community organizing, and religious studies. Rachel is the founder and senior advisor to CPJ’s Families Valued program which advances family-supportive policies such as paid family leave, protections for pregnant women, and a child care ecosystem that meets families needs. She is also the Principal of Hope& Consulting which helps faith, civic and philanthropic organizations build common ground. Previously, she held leadership roles at the Center for Responsible Lending, the Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts, and the Boston Faith & Justice Network.

 

Chelsea Langston Bombino, J.D., is a program officer with the Fetzer Institute. Her work as a Fellow with CPJ focuses on increasing public understanding of the importance of religious freedom for faith-based organizations of diverse faiths and mission areas. Her career has focused on nonprofit policy, democracy, and civic engagement. She is also an experienced facilitator, speaker, and teacher, having led numerous conference sessions and having taught a nonprofit management course at Pepperdine University. She currently serves on the boards of First Amendment Voice and Young Leaders Institute. She enjoys spending free time making yummy vegan food and exploring nature trails with her husband, Josh, and their two children.

 

Stephanie Summers is the CEO of the Center for Public Justice. Stephanie is a recipient of the inaugural Duke Divinity Reflective Leadership Award. She received her M.S. in Nonprofit Management from Eastern University. Prior to her appointment at the Center for Public Justice, she spent 12 years with the Coalition for Christian Outreach (CCO), where her roles included Vice President for the Eastern Region and Vice President for Organizational Development.

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Date:
Thursday, June 20th
Time:
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
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