In April, UNITE-LA’s Vice President of Policy & Public Affairs, Sonia Campos-Rivera, presented to the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco (serving the 12th District, which includes the western region states), that has become aware of the crucial position of child care to the total economy. Sonia presented to 10 of their managers discussing the role of the business community and discussed our Beacon Economics report, highlighting the potential economic benefits of professionalizing the early child care education (ECE) workforce in L.A. County. Sonia shared the screen with Kim Pattillo Brownson from The Ballmer Group and Margaret Brodkin from Funding the Next Generation. This was an excellent opportunity to showcase to the Federal Reserve ways UNITE-LA is engaging the business community in California and the nation through our work with the Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives to move the needle on ECE across our country.
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