Participants will: 


Contact Fannie Glover for more information. ​

EARLY CARE & MANAGEMENT

TRAINING

MINDFULNESS & MEDITATION TRAINING 
WITH JEANNIE THOMMA​

ASSESSING CULTURAL DIVERSITY EFFORTS 

MAKING THE BUSINESS CASE FOR EARLY CHILDHOOD INVESTMENT 

About Fannie Glover 

UNDERSTANDING FOUR GENERATIONS IN THE WORKPLACE 


About Jeannie Thomma

​​Positive qualities of mind, like compassion, patience, forgiveness and empathy are cultivated through daily practice. The more we nurture healthy mental habits in ourselves, like mindfulness, our capacity to enjoy life expands.  Regardless of what’s transpiring externally, when a mindfulness practice is firmly rooted in our lives, we are able to experience more joy, and greater resilience.  Rather than being caught in a loop of anxiety over past events or worrying about future what-ifs, we become more aware and awake to the present moment, to this moment.  Happiness then, depends upon our willingness to create a routine built around mindfulness and simple awareness. When we commit to creating this reality for ourselves, our experience of life shifts.













“Mindfulness meditation doesn’t change life.  Life remains as fragile and unpredictable as ever.  Meditation changes the heart’s capacity to accept life as it is.”  ~Sylvia Boorstein

In this training, long-time meditator and teacher, Jeannie Thomma, will guide you through a series of exercises that will serve as the foundation for creating a mindfulness practice.  Meditation is an essential element of any mindfulness practice, and in this workshop, you’ll be introduced to a variety of tips, tricks and tools you can use on your journey to nurturing a calmer and more peaceful you.  You’ll experience a variety of basic meditation techniques, each of which will offer you a slightly different point of entry into this powerful practice.  By experiencing a collection of techniques, you’ll be able to choose those that you like best to build your own healthy mindfulness routine.  With regular practice, you, too, can train your mind to focus on the positive aspects of your life, and become a happier, kinder, more compassionate person—toward yourself and others.

To learn more about how to bring ECLC’s Mindfulness and Meditation Training to your organization, contact Jeannie 
here. 

About Abbe Hahn Hook

ECLC's ​Early Care Management Training, New Director's Institute and workshops support child care center directors in all counties across the state by training both new and experienced child
​care center directors in all topics essential to running a safe, high quality program.

Directing a child care center is a complex and demanding job. Directors must have an in-depth understanding of how to provide children with high quality, developmentally appropriate early care and learning experiences. At the same time, they must master an array of skills needed to operate their centers efficiently.


Supported by the New York State Office of Children and Family Services (OCFS), the Early Care & Learning Council's Management Training workshops provide training and technical assistance designed to help center directors meet these challenges. These programs are offered to all center directors and CCR&R staff members at no cost. 


Contact Abbe Hahn Hook for more information.

"UNDERSTANDING AN UNSPOKEN CULTURE" (GENERATIONAL POVERTY CULTURE) 

RESPECTING ADULT LEARNING STYLES 

Fannie is the Director of Special Projects for a statewide network. Ms. Glover also manages the coordination, recruitment and development of business leaders’ work groups, statewide.  She has developed and facilitated management and leadership training, strategic planning retreats, keynote speaker, board development and presented at national, regional, and state meetings and conferences.   She also directs all activities around equity, diversity and inclusion efforts-for the Child Care Resource & Referral Statewide Network. 

 Fannie has over 15 years in Human Resources and holds a degree in Organizational Development.  To complement her training she is a trained facilitator for Anti- Defamation League (ADL)- an organization designed to build bridges of communication, understanding and respect among diverse groups), attend national conferences, and participated in national focus groups, to enhance her continuous learning process.

Fannie was selected from a national pool of applicants as an Equity Leaders Action Network (ELAN) Fellow- representing NYS as part of a national team to advance racial equity in early childhood systems/industry.

Fannie is a board member of NYS Society Human Resources Management (NYSSHRM), NYSSHRM Workforce Director.  She is past NYSSHRM Diversity Conference Chair/Diversity Director, and SHRM National Top Diversity Professional Workgroup Taskforce; founder of the Capital Region Human Resource Association Top Five Spectrum Award initiative.  She is past V.P. of AIM Services Inc. board of directors, (an organization serving individuals with disabilities and brain injuries). She is also a member of several associations and organizations associated with equity, diversity and inclusion efforts.​