Tag: Jacquelyn Rose

Innovating with Purpose: Semantic Saturation

By: Jacquelyn M. Rose, MPH This is the first in a series of blogs describing Connecticut Children’s Office for Community Child Health’s journey to cultivate and nurture a culture of social innovation.    Over the course of the last fiscal year, a small, multi-disciplinary team from Connecticut Children’s […]

Our Social Innovation Spotlight Highlights Corrine Sutula and Molly Deptula, who are pictured together at the National Invention Convention.

Social Innovation Spotlight: Young Inventors

By: Jacquelyn M. Rose, MPH Connecticut Children’s Advancing Kids Innovation Program’s Social Innovation Spotlight highlights the contributions of social innovators in promoting the health and well-being of children and families. Our 3rd Social Innovation Spotlight is a double-feature, which highlights the contributions of two compassionate emerging leaders, innovators, […]

If You Love Children…

By: Jacquelyn M. Rose, MPH It’s not enough to be an early care and education professional because you love working with children. If you love children, you must leverage your view, your voice, and your visibility to improve the systems and quality of services for young children and […]