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We’re Mobilizing Coloradans to Be the Voice for Kids
Coloradans overwhelmingly support investing in our kids, and especially early education. And voters care about child nutrition. Recent polling shows strong support for healthy school meals for all.
In recent years, we’ve worked with early educators, parents, coalition partners and community leaders to help:
• Pass Proposition EE, securing universal, voluntary preschool for every four-year-old in Colorado
• Pass legislation to establish the Department of Early Childhood
• Secure more than $100 million to expand access to high-quality early education and care programs, such as home visiting and family, friend and neighbor child care
Join us to help all children in Colorado succeed in school and life.
SCAN is proud to endorse Proposition ii, which will expand universal preschool in Colorado.
Learn more about Proposition ii from Preschool for All Coloradans. SCAN is honored to be a member of the Preschool for All Coloradans steering committee.
SCAN celebrates 2023 Colorado state legislative wins for children.
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“We celebrate the Colorado legislature’s continued commitment to young children. Legislation passed this session will serve to grow and strengthen the early childhood education and care sector across our state,” said Annalise Romoser, advisor for state and electoral campaigns, West, …
January 30, 2023
LinkAGES was fortunate enough to sit down with Yvonne Franklin as well as two of her peers, Susan Hill and Kiki McGough, and Annalise Rosomer, SCAN’s Advisor for State and Electoral Campaigns for the Western Region. The topic was how these four women activate, educate, and empower Colorado grandparents to advocate for early childhood education.
Coloradans sent a strong message earlier this month when they overwhelmingly reelected Gov. Jared Polis to a second term: investing in children is a priority. Defeating his challenger by nearly 20 points, Polis will have an additional four years to …
Western Regional Advisor for State and Electoral Campaigns
Annalise is the Colorado manager for Save the Children Action Network. Throughout her career she has led humanitarian, development, and human rights campaigns—mobilizing advocates and engaging lawmakers. She has worked in Latin America and the United States.
Annalise received her Master of Arts in Latin American studies from the University of California, San Diego, and holds a certificate in international human rights and humanitarian law from American University, Washington College of Law. She currently serves as board chair for the Latin America Working Group Education fund.