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  • Apr 24 5:30 am
    Caucus: New Jersey
    Right from the Start NJ, Pt.3
    Right from the Start NJ, Pt.3 In this special three-part series, Right from the Start NJ, Steve Adubato, along with leaders in the fields of education, government, and business look at the advocacy efforts on the state and national level to ensure parents have access to affordable and quality childcare and time with their children at the most critical developmental times - from birth to three years old. Guests Include: Joseph Della Fave, Executive Director, Ironbound Community Corporation Dr. Kendell Sprott, President & CEO, Matheny Medical and Education Center Bonnie Eggenburg, Vice President, Gateway Early Head Start and Head Start Program Beverly Lynn, CEO, Programs for Parents Jennifer Santana, President, Coalition of Infant/Toddler Educators & Early Head Start Manager for Center for Family Resources Kaitlin Mulcahy, Associate Director of the Center for Autism and Early Childhood Mental Health, Montclair State University Joanna Gagis, Host, Life & Living with Joanna Gagis, VP of Programming & Executive Producer, Caucus Educational Corporation Keri Logosso-Misurell, Esq., Director, Greater Newark Healthcare Coalition
  • Apr 28 12:00 pm
    Caucus: New Jersey
    Hunger at Home
    1 in 6 people in America face hunger. The USDA defines "food insecurity" as the lack of access, at times, to enough food for all household members. This Caucus: New Jersey panel highlights grass-roots organizations working to help individuals and families faced with economic hardship meet their most basic needs. Guests Include: Marlene Ceragno, Founder, The Adult Care Brief Bank (“The Brief Babe”) Natasha Rodgers, Founder & CEO, The Simuel Whitfield Simmons Organization Chip Paillex, President & Founder, America’s Grow a Row
  • Apr 29 8:30 am
    Caucus: New Jersey
    Hunger at Home
    1 in 6 people in America face hunger. The USDA defines "food insecurity" as the lack of access, at times, to enough food for all household members. This Caucus: New Jersey panel highlights grass-roots organizations working to help individuals and families faced with economic hardship meet their most basic needs. Guests Include: Marlene Ceragno, Founder, The Adult Care Brief Bank (“The Brief Babe”) Natasha Rodgers, Founder & CEO, The Simuel Whitfield Simmons Organization Chip Paillex, President & Founder, America’s Grow a Row
  • Apr 29 11:30 am
    Caucus: New Jersey
    Hunger at Home
    1 in 6 people in America face hunger. The USDA defines "food insecurity" as the lack of access, at times, to enough food for all household members. This Caucus: New Jersey panel highlights grass-roots organizations working to help individuals and families faced with economic hardship meet their most basic needs. Guests Include: Marlene Ceragno, Founder, The Adult Care Brief Bank (“The Brief Babe”) Natasha Rodgers, Founder & CEO, The Simuel Whitfield Simmons Organization Chip Paillex, President & Founder, America’s Grow a Row
  • May 1 5:30 am
    Caucus: New Jersey
    Hunger at Home
    1 in 6 people in America face hunger. The USDA defines "food insecurity" as the lack of access, at times, to enough food for all household members. This Caucus: New Jersey panel highlights grass-roots organizations working to help individuals and families faced with economic hardship meet their most basic needs. Guests Include: Marlene Ceragno, Founder, The Adult Care Brief Bank (“The Brief Babe”) Natasha Rodgers, Founder & CEO, The Simuel Whitfield Simmons Organization Chip Paillex, President & Founder, America’s Grow a Row
  • May 5 12:00 pm
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    Caucus: New Jersey
    Excellence In Education 2017
    Four educators from diverse school districts throughout New Jersey sit down with Steve Adubato to talk about the changing role of education and teachers in our society, and how they are stepping up to meet the challenges with solutions. Guests Include: Argine Safari, 2017 New Jersey State Teacher of the Year & Music Teacher at Pascack Valley High School Gary Melton, Sr., Teacher, “Responsible Thinking” Class at Pennsylvania Avenue School, Atlantic City Frank Epifanio, Jr., Advisor & Social Reasoning Teacher, Camdens Big Picture Learning Academy Lindsay Frevert, 2016 Milken Educator Award- Winner & Second Grade Teacher at Van Derveer Elementary School in Somerville
  • May 6 8:30 am
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    Caucus: New Jersey
    Excellence In Education 2017
    Four educators from diverse school districts throughout New Jersey sit down with Steve Adubato to talk about the changing role of education and teachers in our society, and how they are stepping up to meet the challenges with solutions. Guests Include: Argine Safari, 2017 New Jersey State Teacher of the Year & Music Teacher at Pascack Valley High School Gary Melton, Sr., Teacher, “Responsible Thinking” Class at Pennsylvania Avenue School, Atlantic City Frank Epifanio, Jr., Advisor & Social Reasoning Teacher, Camdens Big Picture Learning Academy Lindsay Frevert, 2016 Milken Educator Award- Winner & Second Grade Teacher at Van Derveer Elementary School in Somerville
  • May 6 11:30 am
    WATCH ONLINE
    Caucus: New Jersey
    Excellence In Education 2017
    Four educators from diverse school districts throughout New Jersey sit down with Steve Adubato to talk about the changing role of education and teachers in our society, and how they are stepping up to meet the challenges with solutions. Guests Include: Argine Safari, 2017 New Jersey State Teacher of the Year & Music Teacher at Pascack Valley High School Gary Melton, Sr., Teacher, “Responsible Thinking” Class at Pennsylvania Avenue School, Atlantic City Frank Epifanio, Jr., Advisor & Social Reasoning Teacher, Camdens Big Picture Learning Academy Lindsay Frevert, 2016 Milken Educator Award- Winner & Second Grade Teacher at Van Derveer Elementary School in Somerville
  • May 8 5:30 am
    WATCH ONLINE
    Caucus: New Jersey
    Excellence In Education 2017
    Four educators from diverse school districts throughout New Jersey sit down with Steve Adubato to talk about the changing role of education and teachers in our society, and how they are stepping up to meet the challenges with solutions. Guests Include: Argine Safari, 2017 New Jersey State Teacher of the Year & Music Teacher at Pascack Valley High School Gary Melton, Sr., Teacher, “Responsible Thinking” Class at Pennsylvania Avenue School, Atlantic City Frank Epifanio, Jr., Advisor & Social Reasoning Teacher, Camdens Big Picture Learning Academy Lindsay Frevert, 2016 Milken Educator Award- Winner & Second Grade Teacher at Van Derveer Elementary School in Somerville
  • May 12 12:00 pm
    Caucus: New Jersey
    Addiction & Recovery: Helping Those In Need
    This Caucus: New Jersey panel discussion highlights individuals and organizations working to improve the lives of people struggling with opioid and alcohol addiction by providing access to quality transitional housing, community outreach, and re-entry initiatives for formerly incarcerated inmates. The program examines the personal stories of three of the panelists who are in long-term recovery, and their determination once sober, to help others in need. Exploring topics such as treating substance as a disease, like cancer or diabetes; ways to eliminate the stigma of addiction in the workplace and community; and the complicated interconnected nature of addiction as both a mental and physical ailment. Guests Include: Lisa E. Gladwell, Esq., In Long-Term Recovery & Chair, New Jersey Recovery Advocates Brenda Antinore, Director, She Has a Name Ministry (SHAN) Ray Chimileski, Founder and Executive Director, Operation Chillout Bonnie O’Brien, Executive Director, Transition Professionals
  • May 13 8:30 am
    Caucus: New Jersey
    Addiction & Recovery: Helping Those In Need
    This Caucus: New Jersey panel discussion highlights individuals and organizations working to improve the lives of people struggling with opioid and alcohol addiction by providing access to quality transitional housing, community outreach, and re-entry initiatives for formerly incarcerated inmates. The program examines the personal stories of three of the panelists who are in long-term recovery, and their determination once sober, to help others in need. Exploring topics such as treating substance as a disease, like cancer or diabetes; ways to eliminate the stigma of addiction in the workplace and community; and the complicated interconnected nature of addiction as both a mental and physical ailment. Guests Include: Lisa E. Gladwell, Esq., In Long-Term Recovery & Chair, New Jersey Recovery Advocates Brenda Antinore, Director, She Has a Name Ministry (SHAN) Ray Chimileski, Founder and Executive Director, Operation Chillout Bonnie O’Brien, Executive Director, Transition Professionals
  • May 13 11:30 am
    Caucus: New Jersey
    Addiction & Recovery: Helping Those In Need
    This Caucus: New Jersey panel discussion highlights individuals and organizations working to improve the lives of people struggling with opioid and alcohol addiction by providing access to quality transitional housing, community outreach, and re-entry initiatives for formerly incarcerated inmates. The program examines the personal stories of three of the panelists who are in long-term recovery, and their determination once sober, to help others in need. Exploring topics such as treating substance as a disease, like cancer or diabetes; ways to eliminate the stigma of addiction in the workplace and community; and the complicated interconnected nature of addiction as both a mental and physical ailment. Guests Include: Lisa E. Gladwell, Esq., In Long-Term Recovery & Chair, New Jersey Recovery Advocates Brenda Antinore, Director, She Has a Name Ministry (SHAN) Ray Chimileski, Founder and Executive Director, Operation Chillout Bonnie O’Brien, Executive Director, Transition Professionals
  • May 15 5:30 am
    Caucus: New Jersey
    Addiction & Recovery: Helping Those In Need
    This Caucus: New Jersey panel discussion highlights individuals and organizations working to improve the lives of people struggling with opioid and alcohol addiction by providing access to quality transitional housing, community outreach, and re-entry initiatives for formerly incarcerated inmates. The program examines the personal stories of three of the panelists who are in long-term recovery, and their determination once sober, to help others in need. Exploring topics such as treating substance as a disease, like cancer or diabetes; ways to eliminate the stigma of addiction in the workplace and community; and the complicated interconnected nature of addiction as both a mental and physical ailment. Guests Include: Lisa E. Gladwell, Esq., In Long-Term Recovery & Chair, New Jersey Recovery Advocates Brenda Antinore, Director, She Has a Name Ministry (SHAN) Ray Chimileski, Founder and Executive Director, Operation Chillout Bonnie O’Brien, Executive Director, Transition Professionals
  • May 20 8:30 am
    Caucus: New Jersey
    CUC: Dr. Benjamin Justice; A. Robert Gregory; Dr. Marcia Lyles
    Dr. Benjamin Justice, Professor for the Graduate School of Education at Rutgers University, sits down with Steve Adubato to discuss how social reforms could ignite the real change needed to improve failing school districts. A. Robert Gregory, Deputy Superintendent, Newark Public Schools, discusses his role in the public-school system and his goals for the future. He also shares what the transition from state to local control will be like for Newark and what changes will take place. Dr. Marcia Lyles, Superintendent of Jersey City Public Schools, talks about the greatest challenges facing urban education. She also describes the MOSAIC curriculum and how this plan is improving temperament and culture within the classrooms in Jersey City.
  • May 22 5:30 am
    Caucus: New Jersey
    CUC: Dr. Benjamin Justice; A. Robert Gregory; Dr. Marcia Lyles
    Dr. Benjamin Justice, Professor for the Graduate School of Education at Rutgers University, sits down with Steve Adubato to discuss how social reforms could ignite the real change needed to improve failing school districts. A. Robert Gregory, Deputy Superintendent, Newark Public Schools, discusses his role in the public-school system and his goals for the future. He also shares what the transition from state to local control will be like for Newark and what changes will take place. Dr. Marcia Lyles, Superintendent of Jersey City Public Schools, talks about the greatest challenges facing urban education. She also describes the MOSAIC curriculum and how this plan is improving temperament and culture within the classrooms in Jersey City.
THIRTEEN
  • Apr 28 12:30 pm
    Caucus: New Jersey
    Hunger at Home
    1 in 6 people in America face hunger. The USDA defines "food insecurity" as the lack of access, at times, to enough food for all household members. This Caucus: New Jersey panel highlights grass-roots organizations working to help individuals and families faced with economic hardship meet their most basic needs. Guests Include: Marlene Ceragno, Founder, The Adult Care Brief Bank (“The Brief Babe”) Natasha Rodgers, Founder & CEO, The Simuel Whitfield Simmons Organization Chip Paillex, President & Founder, America’s Grow a Row
  • May 5 12:30 pm
    WATCH ONLINE
    Caucus: New Jersey
    Excellence In Education 2017
    Four educators from diverse school districts throughout New Jersey sit down with Steve Adubato to talk about the changing role of education and teachers in our society, and how they are stepping up to meet the challenges with solutions. Guests Include: Argine Safari, 2017 New Jersey State Teacher of the Year & Music Teacher at Pascack Valley High School Gary Melton, Sr., Teacher, “Responsible Thinking” Class at Pennsylvania Avenue School, Atlantic City Frank Epifanio, Jr., Advisor & Social Reasoning Teacher, Camdens Big Picture Learning Academy Lindsay Frevert, 2016 Milken Educator Award- Winner & Second Grade Teacher at Van Derveer Elementary School in Somerville
  • May 12 12:30 pm
    Caucus: New Jersey
    Addiction & Recovery: Helping Those In Need
    This Caucus: New Jersey panel discussion highlights individuals and organizations working to improve the lives of people struggling with opioid and alcohol addiction by providing access to quality transitional housing, community outreach, and re-entry initiatives for formerly incarcerated inmates. The program examines the personal stories of three of the panelists who are in long-term recovery, and their determination once sober, to help others in need. Exploring topics such as treating substance as a disease, like cancer or diabetes; ways to eliminate the stigma of addiction in the workplace and community; and the complicated interconnected nature of addiction as both a mental and physical ailment. Guests Include: Lisa E. Gladwell, Esq., In Long-Term Recovery & Chair, New Jersey Recovery Advocates Brenda Antinore, Director, She Has a Name Ministry (SHAN) Ray Chimileski, Founder and Executive Director, Operation Chillout Bonnie O’Brien, Executive Director, Transition Professionals
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