Wendy Harris Journal Author Spotlight
Addressing Equity and Racism at Individual, Organizational, and Systemic Levels
Ms. Harris shares strategies and lessons learned in creating a training initiative for staff members which addresses equity and racism at individual, organizational, and systemic levels.
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About Wendy Harris
Wendy Harris is an early intervention co-program manager with the King County (Washington) Department of Community and Human Services, Developmental Disabilities Division. Ms. Harris serves on the department’s Equity and Social Justice Leadership Team. She participated in the Culturally Relevant/Anti-Bias Leadership in Education Network and has worked as an educator in birth-to-3 and child care programs, community college, and early learning professional development initiatives.
The Newborn Behavioral Observations (NBO) System as a Form of Intervention and Support for New Parents
Explore the ZERO TO THREE Critical Competencies for Infant‐Toddler Educators™ model and its professional development modules, tools, and services being developed and piloted now.