Join the conversation February 28, 2018 at 5/3 Convening Center at United Way with some of Ohio's most influential and authentic leaders who are passionate about health, law, childhood poverty and teen pregnancy. Four of our seven panelists were teen parents.
Our moderator is Lucy May, WCPO Digital Life Reporter
- Dr. Karen Bankston, PhD. Executive Director of The Child Poverty Collaborative
- Carlton R. Collins. Educational Consultant & Author of REBEL, Resist Every Bias on Every Level
- Alice Skirtz, PhD., LISW-S, Former Program Director for Catherine Booths Home for Unwed Mothers 1983-1993. Author. Media Contributor.
- Janelle Hocker, Executive Director of Nellas Place. Nellas Place Home for Girls
- Patricia McCollum, LSW. Independent trainer in trauma and social work. Executive Leader of Rosemary's Babies Co.
- Gloria Samuel, MBA Project Solutions Executive for Messer Construction. Advocate for education and employment for at-risk women in construction and engineering fields.
- Dr Rosemary Stein. Pediatrician, International Speaker, Author of Who Needs A Village It's A Mom Thing
This educational event is open to the public for students, parents/grandparents, community leaders, churches, social workers, counselors, non-profits, any/all advocates for teen parents.
1. History of teenage pregnancy and childhood poverty,
2. Trends, resources and lessons learned,
3. Public health and prevention of dual pregnancies,
4. The Fix: Changing the outcomes for young parent families and their children.
Cost $20. ALL TEEN PARENTS FREE / NO CHILDREN UNDER 12.
Call Rosemary's Babies Co. at 513.813.8336 or email@example.com, for additional details.
If you would like to attend but are unable to make a donation at this time please contact us directly, as a United Way Partner we do exceptions for individuals with extenuating circumstances.