Child & Family Network Centers board member Kate Boyce presents an award to U.S. Rep. Jim Moran for his commitment to universal early education.
Alexandria The Child & Family Network Centers held its annual spring benefit at the home of Alex and Caulley Deringer on May 3. The event was held to thank CFNC sponsors, donors, volunteers and local business supporters.
CFNC Board member Kate Boyce awarded Jim Moran for his outstanding commitment to public education for children in Northern Virginia and his support for CFNC and the fight for universal preschool.
Moran praised CFNC for its dedication to assisting children and families in Northern Virginia for 30 years.
CFNC Board member Pete Gartlan presented an award to an former student and current teacher Erika Moten. Moten, who graduated from CFNC in 1991, has used her experience in the program to dedicate her career to providing disadvantaged students with a high quality early education. With the help of CFNC’s staff, Moten has received her child development associate credential, a degree in early education from NOVA and plans to pursue a bachelor’s degree from George Mason University.