“Imagine trying to improve the quality of health care centers without the input of doctors?”
That was the question posed by Dr. Anne Douglass, executive director of the Institute for Early Education Leadership and Change, to an invitation-only audience of 200 of the early care and education sector’s most influential leaders last November at Early Futures.
The event was a project of Promise Venture Studio, which connects promising entrepreneurial talent in the early care and education sector with funders who are interested in scaling innovation in early education, but who had no way—until now— for easily finding the most promising ideas.
The Ted Conference-esque event featured 52 ECE entrepreneurs. You can watch Douglass’s full pitch below.