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Re-cap of Nicole Riehl, President and CEO of Executives Partnering to Invest in Children (EPIC), joined Kristen Blessman, President and CEO of the Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce, and Kristin Strohm, President and CEO of Common Sense Institute, as they discuss the impacts of the ‘She-Cession’ in Colorado and how to get working moms back to work. Saja Hindi, reporter for the Denver Post, was the emcee and moderated the panel.
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As a business executive and founding member of EPIC Colorado and the EPIC Pueblo group, I have served on Colorado’s Preschool Policy Leadership Committee over the past 9 months and am proud to support efforts that bring awareness to the importance of early care and education in our economy. After volunteering for 14 years in Pueblo schools, I became sensitized to the issues of early childhood development and the importance of a quality early childhood education for all children.
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