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ZERO TO THREE Fellowship Class of 2018-2020
We are proud to announce our extraordinary 2018-2020 ZERO TO THREE Fellowship Class!
For more than three decades, the ZERO TO THREE Fellowship has been the premier leadership experience for professionals who work to be champions in the lives of infants, toddlers, and their families. The Fellowship endeavors to empower a global network of diverse visionary leaders who have the expertise, skills, passion, and commitment to make the world a better place for infants and toddlers. The fellowship provides a vast array of experiences to deepen knowledge and skills, expand networks, and enhance the capacity of these change-makers to transform systems and policies to improve the health and well-being of our youngest children.
The members of our 2018-2020 Fellowship Class are:
Obianuju O. Berry Attending Psychiatrist/Instructor of Psychiatry, Adjunct Associate Research Scientist
Columbia University Medical Center
Melissa Buchholz Assistant Professor
School of Medicine and Children’s Hospital at University of Colorado - Denver
Natasha Byars Young Children’s System of Care Program Manager
Boston Public Health Commission
Ann Chu Assistant Clinical Professor and Associate Director of Dissemination and Research
University of California - San Francisco
Nana Esi Gaisie Pediatrics Staff Physician
Effia Nkwanta Regional Hospital
Jennifer Harman Clinical Psychologist and Assistant Faculty Member
St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
Aimee Hilado Assistant Professor
Social Work Program, Northeastern Illinois University
Lee Hinton Program Manager
Saskatchewan Prevention Institute
Erin Lucas Director, Early Childhood Programs
Hopewell Health Centers
Crissie McMullan Executive Director
Mountain Home Montana
Raquel Munarriz Diaz Learning Networks Manager
Lastinger Center for Learning, University of Florida
Sandipan Paul Consultant, Pre-Primary Education
UNICEF New York Headquarters
Hindolo Pokawa Founder & Executive Director
Sierra Leone Foundation for New Democracy (SLFND)
Kerrie L. Schnake Director
South Carolina Program for Infant/Toddler Care, Medical University of South Carolina
Ekaterina Zoubak Public Health Advisor
SAMHSA, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
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