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El profesorado, el personal y los facilitadores nacionales del Brazelton Touchpoints Center representan un equipo multidisciplinar de agentes de cambio, educadores en desarrollo infantil temprano, psicólogos, pediatras, enfermeras pediátricas y otros expertos en desarrollo y comportamiento infantil temprano, formadores en desarrollo profesional, directores de proyectos, evaluadores de programas, estadísticos, profesionales de la participación comunitaria y mucho más. Del mismo modo, nuestras sedes de Touchpoints Training proceden de 33 estados y más de 100 comunidades, desde las urbanas hasta las rurales, y todo lo que hay entre ellas.

Mai Nguyen-Kim

Senior Program Coordinator

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Team: Professional Development

Education:

Bachelor of Science, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, Business Management

Bio:

Ms. Nguyen-Kim joined the Brazelton Touchpoints Center (BTC) in 2012 from a position in the Department of Otolaryngology and Communication Enhancement at Boston Children’s Hospital. In her current role as Senior Program Coordinator, she has managed logistics for over 465 BTC and Brazelton Institute professional development offerings and several National Forums. She serves as a liaison and maintains communication between partners and the facilitation team.

In collaboration with the Director of the National Facilitation Team, she provides logistical support for professional development offerings. With the Director of Partnership and Professional Development, she manages the delivery of the Brazelton Learning Network member benefits and services, including onboarding new members, site mentor coordination, facilitation certification maintenance, network communication.

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