Erikson’s president and chief executive officer is given the 2016 World Association for Infant Mental Health Sonya Bemporad Award.
Geoffrey A. Nagle
A recent Erikson President’s Council event brought James P. Comer, M.D., M.P.H., of the Yale School of Medicine and journalist Alex Kotlowitz together for a conversation on race, early childhood, and school reform.
Erikson is in its second year of a five-year partnership that is teaching Chinese education professionals about practices and theories in U.S. early childhood education.
The bill has been approved by a U.S. Senate committee and speaks to the need for comprehensive mental health reform for all, beginning from birth.
Nagle testifies in support of innovative tax credit model to stabilize child care funding, drive quality
Read his comments to legislators in Nebraska, where the tax credit model has been proposed.
The basketball great’s gift will advance our efforts on behalf of young children and their families.