Published: December 06, 2004
Learning Care Group Leader Elected VP of Child Care Consortium
Advocacy Group Efforts Give National Voice to Local Issues
Sara Moleski-Rice, Manager of Grants and
Government Relations at Novi-based Learning Care Group, Inc. , has been elected Vice President of the Child Care Consortium (CCC),
an advocacy arm of the National Child Care Association. The 10-member
board is comprised of representatives from national and regional child care
providers, with a mission to educate and lobby state and federal
legislators on issues affecting the child care industry and quality care
for all children.
These issues include topics such as Head Start and universal pre-k
programs, adequate funding of programs, access to quality care for all
children and the availability of choice for parents. "These issues impact
all of us, whether we have one center or 100," Moleski-Rice said. "It's
important for all child care providers to flourish, and one of the most
important roles the CCC plays is to represent the voice of child care
providers who don't have resources such as a government relations
department to bring their voice to lawmakers."
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