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We Engage Community Champions to Improve Quality of Life and Advance Community Vitality

Ambassador Enterprises Community Impact team collaborates with champions who want to help build better communities. We work with impact-driven leaders in northeast Indiana and across the state who seek opportunities to improve community vitality through early learning and childcare, education, recreation, and quality of place to generate new value and better results. By investing in the development of sustainable solutions to systemic problems, together, we can help bring about real, lasting change.

Some of the initiatives from this past year include:

  • Our team provided Strategic Doing™ training to strategic partners and leaders who committed to solving complex social problems to help build communities positioned to thrive.
  • We convened champions across northeast Indiana, who joined to create the NEI Regional Early Childcare Coalition to address systemic issues of access, affordability, and quality. Their efforts resulted in a replicable model that is under development for 2023.
  • We invested in scaling a bible education program for public schools through Lifewise Academy, which is being catalyzed and launched in 34 Indiana districts.

Let’s Work Together

Are you a community champion interested in solving moral, relational, and economic problems in northeast Indiana?

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Sherry Grate

Sr VP – Community Impact

AREAS OF INTEREST: Community Collaboration • Early Learning • Innovative Education • Transformative Placemaking • Youth Character Development

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Sep 23 2022

Why early childhood coalitions exist 

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Northeast Indiana is home to three counties that have an Early Childhood Coalition, and many more counties are in the process of developing their own. In addition to local county coalitions, the Northeast Indiana Regional Early Childhood Coalition (NEIRECC) has emerged to support them.

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