North Carolina Head Start Association Expands New Frame Services
Tuesday | January 5, 2015
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
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The North Carolina Head Start Association announced Monday, January 4, it was expanding the role of New Frame in 2016 to include management of the early childhood education organization’s administration, communications, and long-term growth.
New Frame will dedicate two staff members to the project: Brian Lewis, the managing partner at New Frame, who has extensive nonprofit management experience in North Carolina; and Christy Jones, a former classroom kindergarten teacher with a Master’s degree in special education, who will manage the daily operations.
“We look forward to partnering with New Frame to advocate for children in North Carolina who depend on Head Start and/or Early Head Start for early childhood education, health and family support services,” said Patricia Beier, the president of NCHSA and the Head Start/Early Head Start Director for WAGES in Goldsboro, NC. “Our relationship with Brian and Christy goes back to 2014 with their representation of our agencies in Congress and at the General Assembly. We look forward to more comprehensive services in 2016 and a leadership role for this agency as we advocate for North Carolina’s most vulnerable children and families.”
The new services to NCHSA include daily management and administration, planning and strategic initiatives, conference planning, marketing, public relations, image consulting, membership, and media relations. New Frame will also implement a plan to help NCHSA expand its membership.
“We are humbled by the North Carolinas Head Start Association’s trust they are placing in our work,” said Brian Lewis, who served as an executive director for two statewide nonprofits, including the Covenant with North Carolina’s Children, a lobbying organization in the state. “We have a dynamic communications plan, both externally and internally, to implement for the agencies under the Head Start umbrella in North Carolina.”
The North Carolina Head Start Association represents North Carolina Head Start agencies,federally funded comprehensive programs that meets the emotional, social, health, nutritional, and psychological needs of children and their families.
New Frame is a bipartisan lobbying and communications firm with a strong track record of working with legislators and elected officials from both political parties and philosophies to find common ground on North Carolina issues.