Grassroots Advocacy: Empowering Providers to Affect Policy Change for Infants & Toddlers
Meet Daphne Naleilehuaokaala Cole, Executive Director, Tennessee Family Child Care Alliance and Patty Kelly, Better Baby Care Campaign State Coordinator, Tennessee Family Child Care Alliance
A critical part of being an effective advocate is being able to give others the tools and opportunities to become advocates themselves . As grantees of the Better Baby Care Campaign, Daphne Cole and Patty Kelly of the Tennessee Family Child Care Alliance not only work hard to be a voice for babi es and toddlers in their communities and state, but they also work to inspire those around them to do the same. ZERO TO THREE had the opportunity to talk with Daphne and Patty to learn more about their grassroots advocacy strategies in Tennessee.
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