Exploring Careers in Child and Family Policy: A Conversation with Myra Taylor-Jones
Myra Taylor-Jones is the Chief Policy Officer for ZERO To THREE, a national leader on infant-toddler policy and program development. Prior to this role, Myra served as Connecticut's founding Commissioner of Early Childhood. She writes and speaks about race, racial identity and social inequality for The Atlantic and the podcast The Longest Shortest Time. She is also an active board member of national organizations committed to equity and supporting the needs of young children and families, including All Our Kin and the Irving Harris Foundation. Myra is a first generation college graduate who had no idea that working in child and family policy was a career option. Join us to learn how she forged a path that got her named to the inaugural Care 100 list, honoring the 100 most influential people working to re-imagine and re-humanize the care system.