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.
SCAN commissioned a bipartisan polling team to conduct survey research among general election voters
in five states to gauge their opinions about early childhood education and early intervention policies.
In addition to general election voters, SCAN conducted interviews among both Democratic and Republican primary voters.
The results showed that legislators and candidates looking for issues with broad appeal that can meaningfully
improve the lives of their constituents should invest in our youngest learners and early intervention programs.
Mobilization Manager, Tennessee
Ashley’s passion for ensuring all kids have the necessary resources to succeed was instilled by her parents that are teachers in Tennessee.
She has spent the last nine years working on various political campaigns in a fundraising and organizing capacity in Tennessee at the city, state, and federal level. She looks forward to using her experience to help Tennessee advocates be a force for children here and abroad.
Ashley is a Tennessee native and currently resides in Nashville. She is an active member in the Nashville community with Junior League of Nashville, Young Leaders Board of Make-A-Wish Middle TN, volunteer at Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt, volunteer with Tennessee Achieves, member of the 2019 Nashville Emerging Leaders class, and member of the 2018 Nashville’s Top 30 under 30 class.