Sophia Pappas, Birth Through Eight Strategy of Tulsa – February 19, 2021
Linda Hollingsworth: CAP Tulsa
Wendy Thomas: I know we have been a leader in Early Childhood
Shannon Habermehl: that we are more progressive than most other similar citites
Linda Hollingsworth: Highest rates of early childhood education
Cheryl Step: more educare than any other city in the country
Shannon Habermehl: Educare!
Jahaziel (she), The Opp: Connect Play Grow!
Wendy Thomas: How the pandemic effects will be mitigated in the future
Linda Hollingsworth: I know that GKF is a keen supporter of this mission to help.
Dr. Lyda Wilbur: Transportation for children when parents cannot provide
Cheryl Step: parenting programs
Linda Hollingsworth: Food insecurity
Wendy Thomas: For those of you who are regulars – Community Authority makes me remember Ashley Philippsen’s presentation in January. If you missed it – check out the recording which I will send out soon.
Wendy Thomas: Many of them have been speakers on this series!
Linda Hollingsworth: 9b also helps with data analytics for GKFF and the orgs it supports – extending beyond the scope that IMPACT Tulsa addresses.
Sophia Pappas: Yes! 9B has been a key support
Jahaziel (she), The Opp: https://www.9bcorp.com
Linda Hollingsworth: Thanks Jahazel
Sophia Pappas: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ross McKinney: Thanks for your work, Sophia
Suzie Bogle: Thank you Wendy & Sophia
Omare Jimmerson: yes we need volunteers at Reading Partners very east to plug in
Dr. Lyda Wilbur: Thank you