Expert Panel: The state of  childcare in 2022

May 12th, 2022


Eastern Time

2:00PM - 3:00PM


Join us on Thursday, May 12th, at 2 PM ET as we welcome Andrew Roszak, Cindy Lehnhoff and Dr. Calvin Moore to share their expert insights on the childcare industry in 2022! They will also share findings from the 2021-2022 Child Care Benchmark Report, presented by HiMama. Have you always wondered...

  • how your salary compares to others in a similar role?
  • how COVID-19 impacted revenue and enrollment?
  • how others are recovering and moving forward? 

This is the webinar where you get all these answers, and more!

Meet our special guests

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Cindy Lehnhoff
National Childcare Association

In this session we will talk about...

The impact of the pandemic on enrollment and revenue

Marketing your childcare center to new families

Curriculum and activities for your center

The future outlook for the sector, and more!

How To Be A Great Leader At Your Childcare Center 

Learn how to set healthy boundaries and make everything run a bit smoother. 

Learn about the biggest trends in childcare safety and how you can be prepared.

Childcare safety: Is your center prepared?

Childcare labour crisis: Let's talk about it

Learn how you can improve staff hiring and retention at your center!

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In case you missed them, you can watch the recording and access show notes from previous sessions here. 

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Cindy Lehnhoff is the director of the National Childcare Association. The NCCA’s mission is to promote the success of licensed providers in quality early care and education, including the provision of professional development, advocacy, and community engagement. They believe every child deserves early care and education at the highest standards and educate and advocate for sustainable policies and practices that are beneficial to young children. NCCA represents quality, licensed providers as critical partners in the delivery of high-quality, affordable child care. 

 After working in early childhood for three years and emergency preparedness for over 20 years, Andrew Roszak founded the Institute For Childhood Preparedness in August 2018. Their multidisciplinary team is made up of award-winning first responders and early childhood education specialists with decades of real-world experience. The Institute is the only organization providing trainings that are specifically designed to empower Early Childhood Professionals with the tools, training, resources, and skills they need to prepare, respond and recover from emergencies and disasters.

CDA Council for Professional Recognition For more than four decades, the CDA Council has pivoted to respond to evolving best practices in early childhood education, advances in technology, and the growing diversity of individuals who are pursuing ECE as a career for the betterment of our profession, our educators, and our children. The Council for Professional Recognition promotes improved performance and recognition of professionals in the early childhood education of children ages birth to 5 years old. They work to ensure that all professional early childhood educators and caregivers meet the developmental, emotional, and educational needs of our nation’s youngest children.