Meeting Archive:
Estimating the Cost of Community Hubs

Meeting Description:
One of the exciting opportunities presented by the Early Head Start-Child Care Partnerships is advancing the development of community hubs of services and supports for children, families, and providers.
Anne Mitchell is leading a team of experts in develping a dynamic model that can be used to estimate the operating costs of a Community Hub with different arrays of services in different state contexts. On this webinar, Community Hub team members will walk participants through the cost model and help you understand the ways it can be used to help your community hub design.
Date: Wed, Jun 25, 2014
Time: 03:30 PM EDT
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Host(s): Susan Hibbard
 Presenter Information
Anne Mitchell
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Anne Mitchell is President of Early Childhood Policy Research, and co-founded the Alliance for Early Childhood Finance. She has written widely on early care and education policy, finance reform and system-building and has worked with more than half of U.S. states and dozens of foundations, as well as with federal agencies and national organizations. 

She has a degree in astronomy from Wellesley College and master’s in education leadership from Bank Street.

Anne was an elected member of the Greenville (NY) Board of Education for 18 years and is a Past-President of the National Association for the Education of Young Children. Anne lives near Albany, NY.

Jeanna Capito
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Jeanna Capito is a graduate of Erikson Institute, with a Masters Degree in Child Development and Infancy Studies. Capito’s work experience includes management of child care programming, Early Head Start, Head Start, Healthy Steps, Healthy Families and Department of Children and Family Services programming. Capito’s background includes the creation of community-based collaboration through social services agencies, education systems, home visiting services, public health programming and healthcare systems. 


Capito is a co-chair at the Committee level within the Illinois Early Learning Council, guiding the work of cross system committees to produce numerous recommendations focused on increasing quality, access and coordination across state systems. She is currently a consultant.