The Tennessee state budget approved by lawmakers Tuesday night included an additional $1 million in funding this year for voluntary home visiting programs.
We’re Empowering Tennesseans to Be the Voice for Kids
Tennesseans overwhelmingly support investing in our kids, and especially early education.
This is key because research shows the first five years of children’s lives are critically important for their development.
The Tennessee state budget approved by lawmakers last night includes an additional $1 million in funding this year for voluntary home visiting programs.
A Nashville high school student will be among the hundreds of students advocating for Washington D.C. lawmakers to invest in kids.
Are you ready to use your voice for kids? Let us know how you’d like to advocate for kids and a staff member will be in touch with opportunities.
Associate Director, State & National Campaigns
Lindsay Hanson is the associate director for State & National Campaigns at SCAN. She comes to SCAN after leading the state-wide advocacy group NARAL Pro-Choice New Hampshire. Prior to that, Lindsay spent nearly five years as Vice President of the Women’s Fund of New Hampshire. Additionally, she was the NH Women’s Vote Director for Obama for America and ran U.S. Senator Maggie Hassan’s successful run for State Senate.
Lindsay has more than 10 years of leadership experience in philanthropy, political and nonprofit management, including expertise in grant-making, fundraising and long-range strategic planning.
Lindsay is a life-long resident of New Hampshire and currently lives in Hopkinton with her daughter and two Great Danes.