Message from Dr. Candace Kendle, 2016 Leadership Luncheon Keynote Speaker:
It was a pleasure to participate in the Thrive Washington 2016 Leadership Luncheon on April 6th and discuss how early childhood experiences influence not only each child’s learning potential but our nation’s future workforce. We need your help to teach all parents and future parents about early brain development if we are to change the face of education.
Our Read Aloud 15 MINUTES National Campaign brings together organizations from all spheres of influence across our nation as campaign partners to help more parents understand they are their child’s first and most important teacher. How? By sharing our messages with their stakeholders. It’s easy, it’s free and it’s making a difference.
To learn more, and become a partner in our campaign, you can visit our website or view a new 7 minute video on YouTube that explains the “why” of our campaign and how and why you should join over 10,000 organizations in making a difference too.
As our survey and video shows, too many parents do not understand early brain development, and too many children are missing out on the early benefits. Please join our campaign today!
Candace Kendle, Pharm.D.
President & Co-founder
Read Aloud 15 MINUTES National Campaign
Download Dr. Kendle’s presentation on how early childhood experiences influence not only each child’s learning potential but our nation’s future workforce.