‘It takes a village to raise a child’: The role of community – Part 1 — We Hear You

ACECQA’s National Education Leader, Rhonda Livingstone provides insight into National Quality Framework topics of interest. ‘Community’ is an everyday word in children’s education and care services, with the concept embedded in National Quality Framework legislation and National Quality Standard (NQS) practice guidance, resources and professional development. Collaborative partnerships with families and communities is the focus of […]

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Born on the Southside of Chicago, Angelique is the youngest of seven children. Growing up in a single-parent home for the majority of her childhood, Angelique remembers the struggles and scarifies her mother made for her family. As a result, Angelique grew up with a passion for advocating for underserved populations. She received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology from Georgia State University with a certificate in Family and Community Services. She also attended the University of California, Los Angeles where she earned a master’s degree in Social Welfare with a focus in Child and Family Services. Angelique worked several years in South Central Los Angeles where she provided social services to low-income families of diverse populations. She has extensive experience working with individual and family transition and empowerment training towards greater efficacy in negotiating life goals and achievements. Through a sponsor-funded grant with a local housing program, Angelique’s position as a Project Director at Georgia State University for nearly eleven years allowed her to touch the lives of over 15,000 low-income families. She developed and facilitated curriculum for adult and youth learners in areas of self-sufficiency including conflict resolution, parenting education & lifelong learning, building effective relationships with neighbors and landlords, community expectations, and financial literacy.

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