Wednesday, June 22, 2011

VoicesAC's photostream

Voices is the nation's largest network of multi-issue child advocatesVoices trustee Kenneth Warren at Voices conference session "Mobilization in the Age of Connection"Left to Right: Voices trustees Lori Dorfman and Judith Ward sit down with Elizabeth Burke Bryant, executive director of Rhode Island KIDS COUNT, a Voices member organizationVoices trustee Rosie Valdez McStay, California Endowment Director of Health & Human Services Robert Phillips and Voices Health Policy Director Carla Plaza at Voices discussion "Health Reform: Opportunities and Challenges to Getting More Kids and FamiliesHeather Higginbottom, deputy director of the Domestic Policy Council for the Obama administration, addresses Voices membersVoices President and CEO Bill Bentley with Annie E. Casey Foundation Senior Fellow Jann Jackson
Left to Right: Janice Cooper, interim director of the National Center for Children in Poverty, Ann Segal, senior philanthropic advisor at Wellspring Advisors, and Ross Thompson, professor at the University of California, DavisLeft to right: Mindy Binderman and Jenna Colvin, staff and board treasurer, respectively, for Voices for Georgia's Children, with Robbie Jackman, board member for the Black Children's Institute of TennesseeVoices members greet Heather Higginbottom (center), deputy director of the Domestic Policy Council for the Obama administrationVoices Chairman of the Board Walter Smith, Jr., Ph.D. and trustee Barbara MastersBill Bentley, president and CEO of Voices, with winners of the Florette Angel Memmorial Child Advocacy AwardSocial media advocacy expert Marty Kearns (right) leads a discussion with Voices members at Forum, Voices' annual conference
Left to right: Bill Bentley, president and CEO of Voices, Cora Greenberg, executive director of Westchester Children's Association, and Kathy Bigsby Moore, executive director of Voices for Children in NebraskaVoices and its member the Association for Children of New Jersey honor Arlene Kohn Gilbert for her work in eradicating childhood lead poisoning.Chris Watney, president of Colorado Children's Campaign, presents a KIDS COUNT child well-being report at a press conference attended by Gov. Bill Ritter, Lt. Gov. Barbara O’Brien, and Colorado child advocates.Voices policy meeting with state-level child advocatesMessaging conference at Voices' office in Washington, DCCapitol Hill testimony on food stamps and their impact on child nutrition by Gary Brunk, president of Kansas Action for Children, a Voices advocacy group
Discussion at a Voices child policy panelSen. Susan Collins of Maine meets to discuss child health policy with Elinor Goldberg, executive vice president of Maine Children's Alliance, a Voices member organizationRep. Mazie Hirono (HI) speaks at Forum, Voices' annual conference, where members gather to discuss policy, plan strategy, and inspireChild advocates young and old gathered for Action for Children North Carolina's demonstration on the capitalRep. Patrick Kennedy and HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius with Bill Bentley, CEO and President of VoicesVoices member group Children's Advocacy Institute presents new child welfare finding in Washing, DC

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