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2018 A N N U A L

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Strategic Community Partnerships STRENGTHENING THE

Cradle to Career Pathway M U N C I E & D E L AWA R E C O U N T Y B Y 5 E A R LY C H I L D H O O D I N I T I AT I V E


Table of Contents EARLY LEARNING SUMMIT

BY5’s Efforts Recognized as Top in the State

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DIAPER BANK

BY5 & Partners Provide County-Wide Support 5 BOOK DONATIONS

BY5 Promotes Literacy with Community Partners 6 LITTLE LEARNERS PASSPORT

Over 2,000 Families Prepare for Kindergarten

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LITTLE FREE LIBRARIES

Connecting the Community through Books

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COST OF CHILDCARE

Delaware County’s Need for High-Quality Care

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ON MY WAY PRE-K

Increasing Access to Quality Early Education

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BY5 By the Numbers 14 Thank You to Our Partners 16

Long-Term Goals SEE AN INCREASE IN:

SEE A DECREASE IN:

Household income

Crime rates

Attractiveness to potential employers

Childhood poverty

Quality of place

Need for welfare assistance

Community health outcomes Graduation rates for high school & college

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Effects of Kindergarten Readiness on the Cradle to Career Pathway

LETTER FROM THE BY5 LEADERS We are proud to share with you Muncie & Delaware County BY5 Early Childhood Initiative, Inc.’s 2018 Annual Report, which highlights another year’s worth of strategic partnerships to better prepare youth in Delaware County for their bright futures. With the help of continued community engagement and collaboration, BY5 has positively impacted the lives of countless children and families in the surrounding area. By developing a strong foundation before reaching Kindergarten, Delaware County’s youth are being placed on a “cradle to career” path toward success—extending well into their adult lives. Ensuring Kindergarten-readiness among children has lasting, long-term effects on our community, too. We look forward to seeing an increase in graduation rates, household incomes, and quality of place as a result of our efforts in the years to come. Of course, there are many factors that contribute to a child’s preparation for Kindergarten, and the path to success begins as early as birth. That’s why BY5 has convened with multiple organizations across various fields and formed several strategic partnerships. As you’ll see outlined in this report, BY5 works on the local, statewide, and national levels to seek and implement the highest quality initiatives, programs, and opportunities for families in Delaware County. Without our many partners and supporters, our effect on the children in the community would not be as strong as it is today. As we venture into the next year, we express our deepest gratitude for our partners and the resounding impact they have helped to make. As new leaders at BY5, we are proud to see results of the work the agency has instituted, and we look forward to the change we can create in the future. We are honored to serve as BY5’s new Executive Director and Board of Directors President, and we are eager to further spread the agency’s mission as we lead BY5 through another year of intentional partnerships and community transformation. We believe great momentum is reverberating throughout Delaware County already. Can you feel it? Sincerely,

Missy Modesitt & Pat Botts

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EARLY LEARNING SUMMIT

BY5’s Efforts Recognized as Top in the State In October, BY5 was honored with the Eli Lilly and Company 2018 Community Early Learning Champion Award at the Early Learning Summit Conference. The award recognized BY5 as a superior leader in early childhood education throughout the state. This year’s Early Learning Summit Conference—featuring a diverse set of attendees from childcare professions, coalitions, legislation, and business sectors—was centered around the economic impact that early childhood education has on a community. Specifically, the conference analyzed the positive economic outcomes that arise when a state or community invests in early childhood education. According to a study by Early Learning Indiana, less than half of the 337,000 kids under the age of 5 in Indiana who need care are currently enrolled in known programs. Of those who are enrolled in a program, less than 40 percent are in a high-quality program. Inadequate childcare can lead to reduced workforce productivity in the future, harming the state’s economy. The good news? A wide variety of sectors are beginning to understand the importance of ensuring all kids have pre-K opportunities, and coalitions, like BY5, continue to gain steam throughout the state. So long as we continue to work together to increase access to high-quality pre-K and daycare, we can help ensure all kids have a strong foundation to the rest of their lives.

<5%

OF KIDS UNDER THE AGE OF 5 IN INDIANA ARE CURRENTLY ENROLLED IN KNOWN PROGRAMS

<40%

OF THOSE KIDS ENROLLED IN A PROGRAM ARE IN A HIGH-QUALITY PROGRAM

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DIAPER BANK

BY5 & Partners Provide County-Wide Support Nearly 1,600 to 2,400 children in Delaware County are currently in need of diapers, according to poverty and ALICE estimates. Thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s up to 50 percent of diaper-aged children in our community. To address the overwhelming need for diapers within Delaware County, BY5 started the Diaper Bank Task Force in January 2018. This group of community leaders, professionals, and existing diaper bank representatives works to increase the amount of free diapers available to families through the Diaper Bank of Delaware County, a cohesive county-wide system of supported diaper banks. The Diaper Bank of Delaware County currently has 10 diaper banks located throughout the county. Since September, these diaper banks have distributed more than 18,000 free diapers to families in need.

50%

APPROXIMATE NUMBER OF DIAPER-AGED CHILDREN IN OUR COMMUNITY IN NEED OF DIAPERS

18,000 FREE DIAPERS HAVE BEEN DISTRIBUTED TO FAMILIES IN NEED

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BOOK DONATIONS

BY5 Promotes Literacy with Community Partners In 2018, BY5 donated 4,977 books to children and families throughout the community. Book donations are one way BY5 works to meet and exceed its mission of improving early childhood education throughout Delaware County. These books were distributed through a number of methods, including Little Free Libraries (see page 8) and community partnerships. One of these community partnerships is Book Patrol, which saw an exciting expansion in 2018. This program started in 2017 with a partnership with the Daleville Police Department to connect kids with local police officers; this year, the program expanded to the Delaware County Sheriff ’s Department, too. BY5 donated 20 crates of books to Book Patrol in 2018. These crates are placed in the back of police cars, so police officers can easily hand out books to children on their patrol routes. Through this program, BY5 helps to promote literacy among all ages throughout the community, all while connecting community members with their local police officers. BY5 has also long provided books to Open Door Health Services, where books are given to patients at their well-child visits and at special events like Open Door’s community holiday party. In December alone, BY5’s book donations allowed Open Door to “put smiles on the faces of more than 100 children as they received a brand new book from Santa,” said Suzanne Clem, Open Door’s director of community awareness. “We know that reading and being read to is critical to our young patients’ development, and handing a child a book is one way we’re able to provide not only for medical needs, but for whole-patient health,” she said.

4,977

BOOKS WERE DONATED TO CHILDREN THROUGHOUT THE COMMUNITY

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LITTLE LEARNERS PASSPORT

Over 2,000 Families Prepare for Kindergarten In 2017, BY5’s Early Learning Environment Task Force created the Little Learners Passport to encourage family engagement while preparing children for Kindergarten. In 2018, BY5 distributed 2,395 passports to local families. The Little Learners Passport connects young families with the community through 100 fun brain-building activities. Engaging kids’ senses and encouraging them to interact with the environment, each activity was specifically crafted to help kids get ready for Kindergarten. Families who complete all 100 activities can drop it off or mail it to BY5 at 201 E Jackson St, Suite 400, Muncie, IN 47305 to earn free membership to Minnetrista or the Muncie Children’s Museum. The success of the Little Learners Passport program would not be possible without the collaboration and support from community partners. Little Learners Passports can be picked up at the following locations: • YMCA downtown, Yorktown, and Northwest • Muncie Public Library – Maring-Hunt • Muncie Public Library – Kennedy Library • Muncie Public Library – Connection Corner • Motivate Our Minds • Ball State University Practicum Clinic

2,395 LITTLE LEARNERS PASSPORTS DISTRIBUTED TO FAMILIES IN 2018

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LITTLE FREE LIBRARIES

Connecting the Community through Books Thanks to grassroots engagement and strategic placement, Little Free Libraries continue to be a success throughout Delaware County. Since 2017, Ball State Facilities has built 20 Little Free Libraries for BY5. Small posts throughout the community, Little Free Libraries provide free, donated books to all through a “take one, leave one” system. The libraries extend the availability of books and work to bolster childhood literacy rates throughout Delaware County. Brad King, president of the Old West End Neighborhood Association, said that the neighborhood’s three Libraries are “consistently cycling through books,” a sign he hopes indicates an increase in reading throughout the community. This year, Little Free Libraries continued to spread across the county, with 8 libraries built and 13 distributed. One of these Libraries can be found outside of Dorica Watson’s home. Dorica, who is the community engagement manager at Second Harvest Food Bank, asked for a Little Free Library to be placed in front of her home to increase the community’s access to and interest in learning. “The Watson’s Little Free Library has enhanced my love for reading and connected me to my own community. I have neighbors that I never knew until we began hosting the library,” Dorica said. “My hope is that there is a Little Free Library within walking distance from every home.” There are currently 37 libraries registered in BY5’s network. Through collaborated efforts, BY5 hopes to see this number continue to grow even more in the coming year.

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2018 STATS

8 LIBRARIES BUILT

13 LIBRARIES DISTRIBUTED

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PRIVATE HOMES WITH LIBRARIES

“THE WATSON’S LITTLE FREE LIBRARY HAS ENHANCED MY LOVE FOR READING AND CONNECTED ME TO MY OWN COMMUNITY.” —DORICA WASTON

37 COMPLETED LIBRARIES IN THE NETWORK

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COST OF CHILDCARE

Delaware County’s Need for High-Quality Care Delaware County currently exhibits the 2nd highest cost of childcare in the state. At an average of $10,731 each year, it is more expensive to send a child to high-quality childcare than to pay for one student’s annual tuition at Ball State University. But why does this matter? With the cost of quality childcare programs being so high, many families are unable to afford proper care for their children. This means either the child will not be adequately prepared for Kindergarten, or a parent may have to leave their job to stay home with the child. Studies show that quality early childcare builds the foundation of a child’s success later in life—even through adulthood. BY5 is dedicated to ensuring all children in Delaware County under the age of 6—currently more than 7,000—have access to affordable, high-quality care. With these rising childcare costs in Delaware County, there’s an evident need for affordable, high-quality childcare in the community. That’s where On My Way Pre-K, a state-funded program, comes in. The program provides free pre-school education to eligible 4-year-olds in select communities; Delaware County is fortunate enough to be one of just 20 counties in the state to house this program. Learn more about BY5’s involvement with On My Way Pre-K on page 12. STRONG FOUNDATION CAREER P SECOOSTNDAR Y

POSTSECONDARY 9TH – 12TH GRADE

6TH – 8TH GRADE

K – 5/6TH GRADE BIRTH TO AGE 5 42% READY

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58% NOT READY

WEAK FOUNDATION

100% READY

STRONG FOUNDATION


$10,731

AVERAGE ANNUAL COST OF HIGH-QUALITY CHILDCARE IN DELAWARE COUNTY

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HIGHEST COST OF CHILDCARE IN THE STATE OF INDIANA

33%

OF YOUNG CHILDREN IN DELAWARE COUNTY LIVE IN POVERTY

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ON MY WAY PRE-K

Increasing Access to Quality Early Education BY5 has been Delaware County’s lead agency for On My Way Pre-K since January 2018, a program that is now available in all 92 Indiana counties. By working closely with partner organizations like Huffer CCR&R and others throughout the community, BY5 has been able to provide free pre-school to more than 95 kids in Delaware County. Delaware County’s On My Way Pre-K program currently boasts 25 diverse childcare providers, including childcare centers, home daycares, and four elementary schools in Muncie. Having a wide variety of sites allows families to choose the pre-school education program that best fits their needs and desires. All of these childcare providers are ranked as Paths to QUALITY Level 3 or Level 4 care centers. Paths to QUALITY is a statewide ranking system of early childhood care and education programs, with Levels 3 and 4 being the highest possible rankings a center can earn—Level 4 programs even receive national accreditation. Since 2014, the number of Level 3 and 4 programs in Delaware County has more than doubled, and BY5 hopes to see that amount continue to grow. Not only does On My Way Pre-K provide accessible, affordable, high-quality early childhood education to children in Delaware County, but the program also better situates our community for the future. Studies show that a child who is enrolled in high-quality early childhood education will establish a stronger foundation for their future success. Those with early learning experiences are more likely to have a career. This is the main driver behind BY5’s “cradle to career” pipeline. On My Way Pre-K, which has been officially rolled out for less than a year, has already positively impacted nearly 100 children in our community. BY5 hopes to see this program continue to expand in the coming years, shaping our entire community for a stronger future.

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INCREASE IN HIGH-QUALTIY CHILD CARE SPOTS IN DELAWARE COUNTY

2,100 2,000 1,900 1,800 1,700 1,600 1,500 1,400 1,300 1,200 1,000 0 2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

2018

LIST OF DELAWARE COUNTY ON MY WAY PRE-K PROVIDERS: Apple Tree Child Development Center YMCA LEVEL 4

Huffer Memorial Children’s Center, Inc. LEVEL 4 Kinder Care Learning Center LEVEL 4 Playtime Child Care Home LEVEL 4 Precious Little Angels LEVEL 4 Transition Resources Corporation Head Start LEVEL 4 United Day Care Center of Delaware Co LEVEL 4 Wee Wisdom Nursery School and Child Care Center LEVEL 4 Countryside Child Care Center LLC LEVEL 3 Creative Kids Daycare & Learning Center LEVEL 3 Destiny Christian Academy (Yorktown) LEVEL 3 Destiny Christian Academy (Muncie) LEVEL 3

East Washington Academy LEVEL 3 Grissom Elementary School LEVEL 3 GT Kids Daycare & Preschool LEVEL 3 Hazelwood Christian Preschool LEVEL 3 Kidz Korner LEVEL 3 Little Bloomers LEVEL 3 Little Hands of Jesus Preschool LEVEL 3 Muncie Area Career Center Developmental Preschool LEVEL 3 Southview Elementary School LEVEL 3 Natty’s Treehouse Childcare LEVEL 3 Precious Hearts Development Center LEVEL 3 Teddy Bear Child Care, LLC LEVEL 3 Wes Del Preschool LEVEL 3

95+

KIDS IN DELAWARE COUNTY HAVE BEEN PROVIDED FREE PRE-SCHOOL

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BY5 By the Numbers KINDERGARTEN READINESS MUNCIE COMMUNITY SCHOOLS

60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% 2013 NOT READY

2014

2015

2016

SOMEWHAT READY

2017

2018 READY

BY5 is actively working on initiatives that influence underlying factors that impact poverty, adverse childhood experience, and literacy.

CRADLE TO CAREER

KINDERGARDEN READINESS & TRANSITION

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GRADE-LEVEL READING

MIDDLE SCHOOL TRANSITION

HIGH SCHOO TRANSITION


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DELAWARE COUNTY SCHOOLS (EXCLUDING MCS)

60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% 2013

2014

NOT READY

2015

2016

SOMEWHAT READY

2017

2018 READY

Delaware County as a whole had more children in the “ready” category in 2018 than in 2017. We continue to partner with schools though Kick-Off to Kindergarten programs to prepare children for Kindergarten.

Ready for Kindergarten. Set for Life. Go!

GRADUATION RATES

COLLEGE/CAREER TRANSITION

(Post-Secondary years)

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Thank You to Our Partners PARTNERS Lorra Achibald Carly Acree King Deborah Adney Denise Allen Eric Ambler Joseph Anderson Debbie Arrington Marla Asberry Jena Ashby Bryan Ayers Carrie Bale Ball State University Libraries Sarah Barnes Sarah Barnes Beth Barrett Kimberly Beard Ashley Beasley Nicholas Bird Toni Bond Carolina Booth Jim Borgmann Julie Borgmann Delaina Boyd George Branam Betty Brewer LaKeyta Brown Tim Brown Joel Brumley Lina Burkhart Dennis Chambers Brittney Charles Suzanne Clem Qiana Clemens Sara Coggins Leanna Cole

Debbie Collins Whitney Crider Kiely Culberson Debbie Dailey Daleville Police Department Delaware County Sheriff â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Office John Disher Jason Donati Erin Donovan Emma Dragoo Leslie Draper Laura DuBois Bridget Duggleby Lisa Dunaway Steve Edwards Frank Eikenberry Dan Eisinger Morgan Ellefson Roddy Judy Elton Debi Enyart Brandi Farris Donna Fickle Tina Fish Jim Flatford Chris Flook Krista Flynn Rachel Foster Amy Freeman Krista Garrett Paul Garrison Shannon Garrity Lori Georgi Lynn Gibson Angela Gick Sue Godfrey Jill Gordon Kay Gordon

BY5 NETWORK BY ORGANIZATION TYPE

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Nancy Green WaTasha Griffin Jacquie Hanoman Tenisha Harris Natalie Harrison Jon Harrold Ryan Hart Leslie Hatcher Laura Helderbrand Nicole Hill Gregory Hinshaw Ken Hudson Shanna Hurd Indiana Early Learning Advisory Committee Interlocal Community Action Program Mitch Isaacs Becky Isaacs Chelsie Jaramillo Jennifer Johnson Carol Johnson Jonathan Jones Jay Julian Tim Kean Sarah Kempher Brenda Kennedy Holly Kiel Brad King Brad King Michelle Kinsey Susan Land Cheryl LeBlanc Katie Lehman Tonya Locke Amanda Lopez Angie Lopez Denise Lovelace Kevin Luksus Nicole Lunsford Joel Mahaffey Current Manager Ted Maple Rajae Marable Victoria Marcum Misty Marrs Victoria Matney Jeri McCorkle Molly McGuire Tara McKay Sarah McKillip Kyle Mealy Dlynn Melo Emmanuel Mendez


Kara Miller Chasity Mills Marcy Minton Heidi Monroe Matt Moore Gerry Moore Dea L. Moore-Young Muncie Delaware County Chamber of Commerce Muncie Power Products Jennifer Myers Derrick Newby Jason Newman Lois Noggle Nicole Norvell Akilah Nosakhere Sue Nuñez Lory Nunn Nurse Family Partnership Megan O’Connor Alison Palmer Loretta Parsons Marcy Paul John Peirce Annette Phillips Brittany Pickett Debbie Polston Angie Pool Annie Poole Bryan Preston Sarah Price Sarah Price Bryan Rausch Kathy Ray Stacey Ream-Britton Jason Rees Leonard Reese Christine Rhine Heather Rhodes Peggy Rice Kynda Rinker Trish Roark Michelle Robertson Becky Satterfield Wilisha Scaife Frank Scott Sheila Scott Tracy Shafer Tracy Shafer Jason Sheppard Jason Sheppard Kelly Shrock Cynthia Smith Kelly Smith Ashley Soldaat Kayla M. Stanton Kay Stickle

Katina Strauch Katina Strauch Jarrett Thomaston Yvonne Thompson Lori Thompson Yvonne Thompson Lindsey Trego Elaine Tudor Blayne Umansky Tyanne Vasquez Jenna Wachtmann Jim Waechter Tanya Walden Maggie Walker Emarie Warner Dorica Watson Dorica Watson Cathy Weatherspoon Maureen Weber Heidi White Terry Whitt-Bailey Jim Williams Heather Williams Chad Zaucha Kortney Zimmerman

AMBASSADORS Altrusa, Inc. Stefan and Joan Anderson David and Joan Bahlmann Bryce and Caroline Bale Ball Brothers Foundation George & Frances Ball Foundation John and Jane Beekman Patrick and Jane Botts Christina M. Bowles Marilyn Carey John and Nancy Carlson City of Muncie Graham and Amelia Clark Patricia Clark Scott and Catherine Clark Robert Coles and Carrie Schad Gerard J. Cyranowski Wil and Cynthia Davis Cornelius and Mary Dollison Sue Errington Lance and Mary Jo Estep Excelligence Learning Corp. First Merchants Bank First Merchants Bank - Daleville Data Center Jud and Carey Fisher Thomas and Cheryl Foote Bill and Vicki Gaddis

David and Nancy Galliher Gannett Foundation Paula Gruwell Habitat for Humanity Charles and Charlotte Hetrick Huffer Memorial Children’s Center Sharalyn Hyman Roni Johnson Jay and Leisa Julian Kappa Kappa Kappa Gamma Associate Chapter Kappa, Kappa, Kappa, Inc. Stanley Keil Martha Kendrick Elizabeth L. Kester Thomas and Nancee Kinghorn Margaret A. Kirkpatrick Sikora Kody Laflen John and Jennifer Marsh J. Richard and Elizabeth Marshall Suzanne Marshall Meridian Health Servies Thomas Michael and Catherine Ann Ryan Donald and Carolann Mikesell Hank and Terri Milius Keith and Elaine Miller Jon and Barbara Moll Muncie Action Plan MutualBank MutualBank Charitable Foundation, Inc. Ronald and Susan Naylor Adrienne L. Newman Colin Nowling Old National Bank Don and Claire Park Jerry and Jan Peirson Prevent Child Abuse Council of Delaware County Allison Robbins Judith Roepke Neil and Jane Schmottlach Carol E. Seals Kirk and Judi Shafer Hamer D. and Phyllis C. Shafer Foundation Kelly and Joel Shrock E. Scott and Tara Smalstig Kelly and Donna Stanley Colton C. Strawser Thomas and Julie Thomas United Way of Delaware County Roy and Marilyn Weaver James and Pamela Wingate Robert and Lisa Woods

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FAMILY NAVIGATORS Jenny Abbott Amy Abrell Connie Acrey Allen Adams Mary Addison Susan Alexander Anthony Amstutz Morgan Aprill Monique R. Armstrong Gaytha Arnold Jena Ashby Jasmine Ashley Nicole Bailey Carol Baker Danielle Baker Gail Baker Samantha Baker Kirstin Baldwin Skyler Barrett Kelly Batchelor Artavia Battle Cynthia Beasley-Boyd Mary Bedel Hope M. Bell Allison Blake Jamarice Blevins Chuck Bolinger Hannah Bovino Deborah Boykin Jacob Bradford Beth Brandon Shelby Brant Riley Breen LaKeyta M. Brown Linda D. Buchanan Dyondra Bumpus Lina Burkhart RenĂŠe Burkhart Julie J. Burt Donna Catron Charlotte Cavanaugh Chelsi Christi Qiana Clemens Cheryl Clemons Leanna Cole Tellissa Colglazier Debbie Collins Shelley Cook Danielle Crabtree Vicki Crowe Jesseka Cummings Debbie Dailey Ramona Dale Myron Dance Andrea Davidson

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Beth Davis Paige Dennison MaKayla Diaz-Ridgeway Kacie Dobbs Kristie Dorsey Christina Douglas Katelyn Downs Brittany Dozier Aubrey Driscoll Laura Dubois Julie Dugan Keeta Edsall Zahra El-Ghit Eliza Estelle Kristen Evans Dennis Everette Jordan Extine Brandi Farris Vicki Fischer Nikki Fitzgerald Jim Flatford Erica Fluhr Elizabeth Flynn Stacy Foltz Holly Ford Amber Fox Kourtney Gallegos Stacey Garrett Trish Gaydos Mary Lou Gentis Nikeya George Olivia Germann Amy Gibson Krystal Gibson Kevin Gibson II Elana Gordon Kay Gordon Carson Gowen Samantha Gray BriAnna Green Melissa Green Vickie Greenlee Ashley Guinn Alycia Hacker Kati Haecker Mike Hagans Jordan Haisley Sarah Haisley Mary Hammons Nancy Haney Jaqueline Hanoman Shelli Harpole Tenisha M. Harris Michael Hart Jacky Hayth Tammy Heavenridge Lindsey Helms

Bethany Henderson Victoria Hensley Everett Hicks Angel Hill Rebekah Hill Kevin Holland Victoria Horsley Cassie Hudak Dr. Ashley Hunter Shanna Hurd Sherry Hutchinson Peggy Isbell Tina Isbell Heidi Isenhart Samantha Ivy Laura Janiga Chelsie Jaramillo Debbra F. Jett Jasmine Johnson Jessica Johnson Michelle Johnson Amy Jones Aubrey Jones Tiffany Jones Amber Juday Emily Junker Amanda Kaufman Michelle Keller Diana Kennedy Holly Kiel Toni Kirtz Adriene Knight Audra Kootz Emily Kubiak Ashten Lail Brooke Latta Jamie Lee Katie Lehman Matt Lewandowski Deborah Lewis Wenjing Liang Jariel Lilly Jennifer Little Amy Logan Denise Lovelace Heather Lovett Brook Lynn Keith Manship Patty Marti Sally Martin Samantha Martin Ashley Massey Terry Mayo Brenna McClintock Julie McGee Megan McGraw Molly McGuire


Selena McKibben Lisa McKinney Aliza McNeill Leigha McQueen Emmanuel Mendez Carol Miller Kara Miller Trish Miller Velvet Miller Melissa Moles Heidi Monroe Erin Moore Patsy Morman Theresa Morris Sara Myers Marcia Nagle Ashley Neeley Alysha Nemore Adrienne Newman Jason Newman Lianne Nickey Hanah Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Bryant Kimberly Olsen Sydney Oukrop Amanda Owen Sohee Park Rebecca Parker Megann Parkison Breanne Pascoe Jessica Patton Daniel Paul Amber Peterson Loren Phelps Brittany Pickett Carol Pierson Debbie Poltson Sarah Ponto-Rivera Kayla Quire John Rash Amy Reed Erica Reeves Jodi Reinke Maria Reisenauer Heather Rhodes Stephanie Richards Dawn M. Richman Kim Roa Erica Robinson Nicolas Rodriguez Jr. Mary Rollin Marissa Rose Nate Rose McKenzie Ross Caroline Rouse Brittany Russell Becky Satterfield Alaina Schmidt

Lee Schneider Nancy Scott Sheila Scott Adrienne R. Serf Erika M. Serf DeAnn Sewell Karoline Sheets Dara Shirey Jacqueline Simmons Brandi Smith Deana Smith Katelyn Smith Kelli Smith Kelly Spangler Shannon Staton Casey Steen Kayla Chase Stephen Samantha Stout Eric Strauch Katina Strauch Bennita Strong Lauren Stuedle Rodney Tackett Megan Tagler Alexandra Taylor Karen Taylor Brenda Thacker Joshua Thomas Brianna Thompson Lindsey Trego Sharon Troxell Andrew Truitt Alie Tucker Deeana Turpin Drew Urquhart Kaitlynn VanDyke Sabra VanNoy

Amy VanWyk Yoland E. Velez Jenni Vise Rebekah Vukovich Deanna Wagoner Haylie Walden Tanya Walden Merissa Ward Dorica Watson Troi Watts Kasey Waxman Tashia Weaver Michelle Webster Heather Williams Kait Williams Sarah Williams Daniel Wills BJ Wilson Jason Woods Laura Yates Jenna York Kortney Zimmerman Gregg Zirkelbach

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INCREASE IN BY5 NETWORK 600 550 500 450 400 350 300 250 200 150 100 50 0 2017 FAMILY NAVIGATORS

2018 NETWORK MEMBERS

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Mrs. Jenni Marsh, President and CEO, United Way of Delaware and Henry Counties

Mr. Thomas Kinghorn, PAST CHAIRMAN President, George and Frances Ball Foundation

Neil Schmottlach, Ph.D., John & Janice Fisher Distinguished Professor Emeritus, Fisher Institute for Wellness & Gerontology, Ball State University Program Officer (Retired), Ball Brothers Foundation

Dr. Patricia Clark, Chairperson of the Department of Elementary Education, Ball State University Mr. Jay Julian, President/CEO and Chief Economic Development Officer, Muncie-Delaware County Chamber of Commerce

Mrs. Kelly K. Shrock, President, The Community Foundation of Muncie & Delaware County, Inc. Mr. Jim Williams, Partner, Defur Voran Attorneys

Ms. Roni Johnson, President Emeritus, The Community Foundation of Muncie & Delaware County, Inc.

Staff Ms. Missy Modessitt, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Ms. Marissa Rose, STRATEGIC INITIATIVES COORDINATOR

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