Regional Chamber Officials, Business &
Military Leaders Press Conference

MELC Narberth Center
201 Sabine Ave
Narberth, PA 19072
Friday, June 17, 2016
10:30 am

Officials from the Greater Philadelphia, Main Line and African American Chambers of Commerce will join other business and military leaders to release a new report detailing how high quality pre-k is important to developing STEM skills-those essential capabilities in science, technology, engineering, and math demanded in the 21st Century workforce.


Steven Bradley, Chairman
African American Chamber of Commerce of PA, NJ & DE

Bernard Dagenais, President & CEO
Main Line Chamber of Commerce

Liz Ferry, Vice-President
Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce

Ann O’Brien, CEO
Montgomery Early Learning Centers

James Waddington, Director – Strategic Marketing Solutions
Lockheed Martin
PA Early Learning Investment           

Wesley Craig, Major General (Ret.)
Former PA Adjutant General
United States Army / Pennsylvania National Guard

Thomas Wilson, Rear Admiral (Ret.)
United States Navy

Mary Jo Daley, State Representative
PA 148th  Legislative District

Nick Miccarelli, State Representative
PA 162nd Legislative District

“This is a really bid deal.” MELC Board President Ed Trainor said. “They could have picked any Southeastern PA Early Childhood Education program to host this conference but they choose our Narberth Center because of MELC’s ability to provide high quality programs and our commitment to make sure all young children have access to programs like ours.”


At MELC, our mission is to develop, provide and advocate for high quality early childhood education, school age programs, and related services in support of all children and families.

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