JP INAUGURAL ALUMNI SUMMIT
On March 13, 200+ JP Moms and friends of JP attended our first Alumni Summit: Daring Powerfully. This event, created by moms for moms, featured keynotes from movement founders Tarana Burke and Monica Ramirez, facilitated networking, and a first opportunity for JP Moms from around the country to connect.
Meet Ally Hanten Ebert
JP Rochester's New Executive Director
JP has appointed Ally Hanten Ebert as the new Executive Director for its Rochester-Southeast (MN) campus. Ebert will work to create new opportunities for the campus, foster relationships with the local community, and build upon Jeremiah Program’s comprehensive approach to disrupting generational poverty. See a glimpse of the impact ahead in a conversation between Ebert and Chastity Lord.
JP Welcomes Nikki Evans
JP Brooklyn's New Executive Director
Nikki and other nonprofit leaders and government advocates will spearhead the NYC Steering Committee on Inclusive Growth. This committee will focus on identifying priorities and developing a concrete policy agenda, including recommendations and initiatives for quality jobs and affordable housing, while increasing access and opportunity by addressing structural inequities affecting lower-income New Yorkers.
Fostering Healthy Self-Affirming Identities
Kaya Henderson, former chancellor of DC public schools and current CEO of Reconstruction US, a new company focusing on online K-12 supplemental curriculums. Reconstruction's mission? Reaffirming positive cultural identity in black children.
JP Announces First Alumni Fellowship Cohort
13 alum will strengthen JP's advocacy
This new network is designed to ensure our alumni have the tools to lead at the tables where decisions impact their lives.
JP is Growing to Reach More Families Join Us!
Explore career opportunities to join our growing organization as we continue our mission to disrupt poverty!
We are on a mission to end the cycle of poverty for single mothers and their children two-generations at a time.
Over 4,000 mothers and children have succeeded in our program.
Families stably housed
Mother's employed with 38% pursuing a degree
Access to employer benefits like healthcare and investment options