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Post-Election Policy

Rapid Response Talks

Wednesday, December 9 from 3:00-5:00pm

The Zero to Thrive Translational Network invites you to join us for our fall meeting: Post Election Policy Rapid Response Talks. The Translational Network faculty panel, leading national experts in their fields, will highlight how issues of racial justice and injustice impact young children and families. The Rapid Response Talks seek to engage both faculty and the policy community in conversation regarding key topics relevant for pregnant women and families with young children, with a focus on current events and policy implications of the November election. This timely and energizing discussion presents an important and exciting opportunity for sharing key information to translate faculty research expertise to make a difference for children and families.

Alicia Guevara Warren, MPAff.


Director of Statewide Policy Initiatives,

Early Childhood Investment Corporation

Nell Duke,

Professor in Literacy, Language, and Culture

in Education and Psychology

Nicole Gardner-Neblett, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

of Psychology, College

of Literature, Science, and the Arts

Alexis Handal,
Ph.D., MPH

Associate Professor,


School of Public Health

Kara Zivin,
Ph.D., MA, MS

Professor of Psychiatry;

Obstetrics and Gynecology; and Health Management and Policy

Questions? Please contact Lynette Biery, Zero to Thrive Strategic Director, at

If you are unable to participate at the scheduled time, this meeting will be recorded and available to view at a later time on the Zero to Thrive website.