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Stephanie Jones

Independent Parenting Educator & Family Life Consultant, Oak Island, North Carolina

Stephanie is a parenting educator in North Carolina where she provides parenting education and support services to families and consultation services to professionals caring for families. She is invested in the advancement of the field of parenting education nationally and in her home state of North Carolina, and encouraging collaborations among pediatricians and parenting educators. She is a Past-Chair and Treasurer of NPEN and Past-Chair of NPEN's Professional Preparation and Recognition Committee. She is also Past-Chair of the NCPEN and NCPEN's Credentialing Committee.

Stephanie is a graduate of UMASS Boston's Infant-Parent Mental Health Postgraduate Program. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her husband, their four daughters and granddaughter, traveling, reading, going to the beach, and camping.

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The National Parenting Education Network (NPEN) operates through the lens of equity and justice. We know the importance of social justice (racial, economic, educational, health, housing, employment, criminal, and environmental), diversity, equity, inclusion, access, and belonging within the parenting education field and our organization. We demonstrate our commitment to these realities by ensuring that our membership and leadership roles are open to parenting professionals of all ethnicities, socio-economic statuses, ages, abilities, religions, sexual orientations, nationalities, genders, and marital statuses.  

Children learn about a just society through the words and actions of their parents, caregivers, and others.  We assert that our anti-racism and anti-oppression parenting education and family advocacy work allows everyone to be heard and supported. Our work includes promoting diverse parenting educators and parenting education in our media, webinars, member communications, leadership opportunities, networking, conferences, trainings, and advocacy. By keeping racial justice, diversity, equity, inclusion, access, and belonging at the forefront, we create an environment within NPEN that supports parenting educators, parents, and caregivers, thereby, encouraging children’s healthy growth and development.

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