Clayton Early Learning Announces 2015-2016 Board of Trustees
Clayton Early Learning, a leader in early childhood education, research, training and policy, announced the appointment of three new members to the organization’s Board of Trustees.
The following individuals will join the current 16 Trustees as they begin actively serving the board in September 2015:
Jodi Dooling-Litfin, PhD, Director, Child & Family Services, Rocky Mountain Human Services
Meg Tomcho, MD, Team Leader/Medical Director, Westside Family Health Center
Joe Hoelscher, Investor Relations, Liberty Media
“We are thrilled to have these three talented professionals join the Board of Trustees at Clayton Early Learning” noted current Board Chair, David Kubik of Carnick & Kubik. “As Clayton continues to expand and increase the depth and scale of our impact in the early education community, we are incredibly grateful for the diverse expertise that Jodi, Joe and Meg bring to this outstanding organization. On behalf of the entire Board, I would like to welcome the new Trustees as we embark on a year of growth and exemplary service for the children and families impacted by Clayton Early Learning."
Jodi Dooling-Litfin, PhD
*Meg Tomcho not pictured
Following years of dedication and support for Clayton Early Learning, the following members depart from the Board of Trustees with terms ending September 2015:
Darron Rolle, Vice President-Area Manager, Kiewit Construction Company
Steve Federico, Director of General Pediatrics, Denver Health
“Clayton Early Learning is eternally grateful for stewardship and dedication that Darron and Steve contributed as Trustees,” said Clayton President & CEO, Charlotte Brantley. “We appreciate not only the work that these two men have accomplished throughout their terms, but also the legacy of service that they are leaving for generations of Trustees to come.”
About Clayton Early Learning
Clayton Early Learning, a 501(c)(3), is Colorado’s leading catalyst in providing early care and education to ensure optimal development for all children, especially those of limited opportunities. We harness the synergy of four dynamic initiatives – classroom and family-centered practices in our schools, research and program evaluation, professional development of teachers and leaders and effective policy advocacy – to spark improved early care and education approaches statewide in collaboration with other public and private entities. Visit www.claytonearlylearning.org for more information.