Parents as Teachers Announces Retirement of Executive Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer, Cheryle Dyle-Palmer
Parents as Teachers National Center has announced that Executive Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer, Cheryle Dyle-Palmer is retiring after 15 years of dedicated leadership and service. Her vision and contributions have led to many of the most inspired and important Parents as Teachers programs in place today. Cheryle’s legacy will continue as the organization reaches more communities and families, so that all children will learn, grow and develop to realize their full potential.
Join us on October 26, 2017 for a retirement dinner and paddle auction to celebrate and honor Cheryle and her achievements, and to ensure that the initiatives she began will continue for years to come. Help us celebrate her vital Community Impact efforts, highlighting our work with pregnant and parenting teens through Missouri MIECHV* and Right from the Start, and our work within the Normandy Schools Collaborative.
We are excited to share more about the local Parents as Teachers projects that Cheryle helped evolve into the new Show Me Strong Families program and how the integrated approach of these efforts is making a difference.
All proceeds from the event will support the work of Show Me Strong Families and will continue Cheryle’s legacy of strengthening vulnerable families in St. Louis City, North St. Louis County, and Pemiscot County, Missouri.
(Youth Opportunity Tax Credits are available for those who qualify)
*Maternal, Infant, Early Childhood Home Visiting program (MIECHV)
Click the DONATE button below to make a donation to Parents as Teachers in Cheryle's honor.
2 NEW PRECONFERENCE SESSIONS
6 NEW WORKSHOP SESSIONS
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