More than 75 child care providers who are enrolled in the Child and Adult Care Food Program through Early Childhood Alliance (ECA) are registered for a training on plant-based nutrition on Saturday, March 9. The training will begin at 9 – 11:30 am, at The Summit (Rudisill Blvd), hosted by ECA and presented by Forward... Read more »
ECA is a 2019 Fort4Fitness Charity Partner
ECA is excited to be a Charity Partner in this year’s Fort4Fitness events! You can help support ECA’s mission of building better futures for young children by selecting Early Childhood Alliance as the “charity partner of your choice” when registering! If ECA is selected by 100+ participants during registration for an event, we will receive... Read more »
Baker Elected to ROC
Madeleine Baker was recently elected as one of three at-large members of the Regional Opportunities Council (ROC), the Northeast Indiana Regional Partnership’s investor board. The ROC drives the Regional Partnership’s Vision 2030 initiative with a focus on achieving three goals by 2030: increase per capita personal income to 90 percent of the national average; grow... Read more »
ECA Welcomes New Staff
Brooklyn Disch recently joined Early Childhood Alliance (ECA) as executive administrative assistant. Also new to the ECA staff are Jazzy Bergamo, Elizabeth Suwinski, and Chelsea Poindexter, teachers at ECA’s Beacon Learning Center.
Board Elects 2019 Officers and Welcomes New Members
Early Childhood Alliance Board of Directors welcomes four new Board members. Joining the Board for three-year terms are: Jeri Burkhart (Kosciusko County) – Senior Enrollment Manager, Indiana Tech Brandon Nettrouer (St. Joseph County) – Associate Risk Advisor, Gibson Hayley Sauer (Allen County) – Director of Elementary Education, Fort Wayne Community Schools Ann Waters (Allen County)… Read more »
New teachers welcomed at Early Childhood Alliance
ECA’s Beacon Street Learning Center welcomes Kaitlynn Pierce and LaShon Stinson to the toddler classroom teaching staff, along with Asha Henderson as a substitute teacher. Bridget Williams II recently joined ECA’s Downtown Learning Center as a substitute teacher.