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Supporting Early Educators’ Mental Health During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Monday, March 23 • 6:30PM - 7:30PM
Featuring Nefertiti Bruce Poyner, M.Ed.

During this stressful time, we know that so many of Ohio’s early educators have continued providing nurturing, quality care for our youngest children and support for their families. We’ve hosted several informational webinars over the past several days geared toward center and family child care owners, directors, and administrators. On Monday, we want to take some time to provide support to the early education community as a whole—including teachers—and share strategies for supporting your mental health during this time.

At 6:30 PM on Monday, March 23rd, Groundwork Ohio, Ohio AEYC, and Southwest Ohio AEYC will be hosting a webinar featuring an early childhood field favorite, Nefertiti Bruce Poyner, M.Ed.

We hope you will share this opportunity with your network and encourage them to participate!

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Hosted by: Groundwork Ohio, Ohio AEYC, Southwest Ohio AEYC
Nefertiti Bruce Poyner, M.Ed.

About Nefertiti Bruce Poyner, M.Ed.

Nefertiti is an author, public speaker and provider of professional learning for the Devereux Center for Resilient Children. She began her career as a preschool and kindergarten teacher in Philadelphia, and in her 10 years with Devereux, she has promoted the social-emotional health and resilience of individuals, families and communities. Nefertiti uses humor, personal stories and a spirit of enthusiastic optimism to help others “build their bounce.”

She is co-author of the Teacher’s Choice Award Winning resource, Socially Strong, Emotionally Secure: 50 Activities to Promote Resilience in Young Children and Building Your Bounce: Simple Strategies for a Resilient You, designed to help caregivers build their own resilience. In 2010, The Devereux Foundation awarded Nefertiti the 21st Annual Weaver E. Falberg Leadership Promise Fellowship Award, recognizing her leadership abilities and her accomplishments in developing research-based training programs and resources which support the social emotional health and resilience of children and adults.