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FirstStepNYC Leadership Institute hosts Early Education Career Panel Dinner

June 20, 2014 / SCO News

The Early Education Leadership Institute at SCO’s FirstStepNYC held its first Career Panel Dinner on June 17th  to engage and develop early childhood leaders citywide.

Panelists included:

  • Steven Antonelli, Center Director, BankStreet Early Headstart
  • Gail Gordon, Adjunct Faculty at BankStreet and Hunter School of Social Work
  • Sophia Pappas, Executive Director, DOE Division of Early Childhood Education
  • Laura Ensler, Director, FirstStepNYC Leadership Institute
  • Ina Solomon, Education Administrator, Instruction and Performance, DOE Division of Early Childhood Education
  • Helen Frazier, Master Teacher, FirstStepNYC
  • John Borrero, Director of Education and Disabilities, Administration for Children’s Services

Thank you to the NYC Department of Education – Division of Early Childhood Education for hosting and to the CUNY Professional Development Institute for participating!

Learn more about SCO’s FirstStepNYC Leadership Institute.

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