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Brittany Barber, MNML

Brittany Barber is a professional educator and speaker, with a special ability to share stories and create content that connects with all people, encouraging personal authenticity, vulnerability, and, ultimately, growth. She holds a bachelor’s degree in communication, a master’s degree in nonprofit management and leadership, and is pursuing a doctorate in higher education administration and leadership.

Dr. Liddy Hope

Liddy Hope is a professor, therapist, and professional trouble maker. With over 25 years of clinical and teaching experience, Hope has made a career of working for social justice. She is best known for her down-to-earth approach and “real talk,” especially when it comes to equity, diversity, and inclusivity.

November 20th

10:15 am – 2:30 pm (EST)

We’re giving you MORE of what YOU want.

Join us for NPN Live! 2.0 Bonus Sessions – Rewind, Replay, Reflect

These live sessions will feature a sneak peek of the soon-to-be-published Discharge Planning Guidelines from the National Perinatal Association and an additional in-depth discussion about DEI as we continue to reflect on such a critical component in Person & Family-Centered Care. Together, we will unpack the role of equity and inclusion in your organization and how to begin the work of connecting with diverse communities.

Don’t miss this opportunity to tackle these important topics alongside our fellow NICU Parent Leaders. 

**All those who PREVIOUSLY registered for NPN Live! 2.0 can claim their FREE ticket by emailing [email protected]**

Julia Yeary, ACSW, LCSW, IMH-E®

In her role, Julia leads work to address the unique needs of military and veteran families for ZERO TO THREE. Julia provides training and consultation for communities throughout the country to promote trauma-informed care and infant mental health and has facilitated numerous webinars for multi-disciplinary professionals. She also works extensively to help professionals in supporting military-connected parents as they deal with the multiple anticipated stressors associated with military life.