White House Summit on Child Care and Paid Leave: Supporting America’s Working Families

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December 12, 2019 (Washington, D.C.) On Thursday, December 12th, the White House held a summit on child care and family paid leave, and Brittany Hasemann of Fruita, Colorado was invited by President Trump to share her incredible story of starting her own thriving Family Child Care Home with the support of Early Learning Ventures (ELV).

White House Summit on Child Care and Paid Leave: Supporting America’s Working Families

President Trump introduced Ms. Hasemann to a room of advocates, foundations, nonprofits, law makers, private sector CEO’s and senior administration to further discuss the nation’s current issues regarding childcare and family paid leave. Ms. Hasemann spoke to her successes and the support she has received from ELV and the Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership program. “It was very surreal to me how amazing it was and unbelievable that there was no catch. They wanted the same thing that I wanted for the kids.” Said Ms. Hasemann, referring to ELV’s support system. Continuing to support Ms. Hasemann was Executive Director of ELV, Judy Williams, and Vice President, Sue Renner, of the David and Laura Merage Foundation and founder of ELV in the White House audience.

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