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When Businesses Support Families, Everyone Wins

Nearly 200,000 children enter kindergarten each year in Florida and almost half of them are not “ready” to learn. This is a reality business leaders can contribute to changing–whether through community involvement, family-friendly practices in their business, or using their voices. 

Bosses for Babies is an initiative that brings together business champions for early childhood, highlighting the many ways companies can make an impact and inspiring others to take action. These Bosses understand that investing in young children and families is an investment both in their bottom line and in community prosperity. 

Are you ready to be a Boss for Babies? Make the commitment that’s right for your business.

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See What Other Bosses Are Doing

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Mark Faulkner

Mark Faulkner is committed to the well-being and development of all children. He leads community efforts as the Achieve Escambia chair.

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Jeff Jackson

Jeff Jackson, CEO of PGT Innovations, is a leader in production of impact doors and windows. His company provides on-site childcare and healthcare.

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Quint Studer

Quint Studer is a Pensacola businessman who spearheaded the effort to make his city the first Early Learning City.

Mark Wilson

Mark Wilson is a strong advocate for high-quality early learning, highlighting the importance of these investments for Florida's future prosperity.

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Heather Siskind

Heather Siskind, President and CEO of The Jack & Jill Children's Center dedicates herself and her center to helping the community and its families.

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C. Bronson, C. Loar and B. Bucher

Bronson, Loar and Bucher are PNC Florida leaders, understanding the importance of early learning by the impact of the Grow up Great program

Bosses for Babies in the News

Florida Business Leaders Have a Role to Play in Early Education

Tuesday, December 8, 2020

From South Florida Sun Sentinel: “We can start by helping parents with flexible work schedules during these extraordinary times — scheduling in ways that still support the business need but also allow for employees to fulfill personal responsibilities.” Read the full article here. View more articles here.

Bosses for Babies Media Kit