We are an
all-volunteer, non-profit organization that has 501c(3) status. Our Board of Directors is charged with building a supporting infrastructure and
determining the Network’s strategic direction. The Board raises funds and
decides how to allocate resources. Most Board work occurs in committees, where
issues are studied, proposals developed and activities implemented.
We have four different committees. If you are interested in volunteering to
help the Network, please email the committee chair of the committee you are
interested in. If you have general questions, or would like to contribute to
the Network in another way, please contact Barb Murphy at email@example.com Board Chair.
To develop the diverse sources of finance and material support to sustain the Network
Contact Marty Watson firstname.lastname@example.org
To build relationships, plan communication and continually improve tools to highlight and elevate the work of the Network.
Contact Eileen Galvin email@example.com
Growth & Outreach
To expand the Network and to promote the growth of Reggio-inspired knowledge and practice.
Contact Jamie Brother firstname.lastname@example.org or Joey Schoen email@example.com
To advance learning through inquiry and influence education policy by providing information and resources to policy makers, educators and other citizens
Contact Rie Algeo Gilsdorf firstname.lastname@example.org
Skill Sets We Are Looking For
We are looking for a wide range of skill sets to round out our committees. If you don’t feel like your skills match the skills below, we would still like to hear from you. The most important skills we need are people who are willing to collaborate, to do some planning up front, jump in and learn as they go.
Our Plans Over The Next Few Years
- Fundraising/grant writing, business, budgeting, data management
- Social media, graphic arts, writing/editing, writing reflections on Saturday Gatherings, researching new content for website/blog, community organizing
- Project management, event planning, experience with skills assessment
- Knowledge of early childhood and/or K-12 education policy, web research skills, public advocacy, networking & lobbying skills
- build on the current infrastructure of the Network - improved database, archive, board development etc.,
- continuously improve resources - website, newsletter, blog, events etc.
- grow our civic involvement - collect evidence based research to support the Reggio approach, determine how we can better support Reggio-inspired practices trying to get accredited through state sponsored programs (i.e. Parent Aware) etc.