Join us at this special occasion on Tuesday, April 25 from 11:30am – 1:00pm to learn about the role of quality child care access in meeting Georgia’s workforce needs. Quality Care for Children’s Boost Program is a two-generation approach to increasing access to quality child care for 4-year college student parents so that they can successfully complete college and their children can be prepared for success in school and beyond. The Luncheon will be held at the Cherokee Town & Country Club (155 West Paces Ferry Rd NW, Atlanta).


Governor Nathan Deal

Moderated by Stephanie Blank
     Ben HamesDeputy Commissioner, Georgia Department of Economic Development, Workforce Division
     Dr. Thomas J. “Tim” Hynes, Jr., President, Clayton State University
     Katie KirkpatrickChief Policy Officer, Metro Atlanta Chamber


$250 per person, $2,000 per table of 10
or RSVP online at:


Jen Bennecke, Chair

Lauren Alexander
Stephanie Blank
Gail Hayes
Michelle Matthews
Carol Meadows

Ellen Sacchi
Sue Sehgal
Lucy Vance
Stayce Wagner
Michelle Wells

As Georgia’s economy continues to grow, there will be an increasing demand for talent, which requires us to create a pipeline of educated workers to sustain our growth for years to come. Quality Care for Children is bringing together experts in workforce development, the corporate community, and higher education for a discussion about how Georgia can meet its workforce demands now and in the future.

Antonio Robinson, QCC Board Chair
Vice President, Associate General Counsel, Carter’s