Kim Keiser, who has served as the Vermont Executive at the Turrell Fund since 2010, is retiring from her role and rejoining the Turrell Fund Board of Trustees as the Lead Trustee for Vermont.
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The Turrell Fund is pleased to announce the winners of the 2021 S. Whitney Landon Awards. A total of $30,000 in unrestricted grants was given to agencies doing exemplary work on behalf of young children in Vermont.
NJ Monthly, a physical and digital newspaper, published an article written by Steve Adubato of Caucus Educational Corporation about the Turrell-funded HealthySteps clinics at Hackensack Meridian Health.
Caucus Educational Corporation hosted a virtual Town Hall with Steve Adubato to address the child care challenges facing parents of young children and their child care providers.
This program recognizes 40 business women and men, under the age of 40, for their notable successes and demonstrations of strong leadership in the state.
The Action Plan is a blueprint of initiatives and actions to identify, coordinate and advance programs and services across state government to reduce and eradicate adverse childhood experiences (ACEs).
Dr. Li’s research and practice focuses on understanding and supporting the work of helpers—those who serve children and families on the frontlines of education and social services.
Panelists emphasized that the lack quality and affordable child care has affected children and their families, businesses and their employees, and the state’s recovery as a whole, especially following COVID-19.