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We’re here to provide background, on-the-record interviews, or introductions to people working on early childhood issues in a particular state.


The Alliance for Early Success is a national nonprofit that works with early childhood policy advocates at the state level to ensure that every child, birth through eight, has an equal opportunity to learn, grow, and succeed.

In its 15-year history, the Alliance has become the trusted, 50-state resource for state early childhood policy advocates.



The Alliance for Early Success can provide reporters a variety of resources on a spectrum of early childhood policy issues. 

Contact us for state policy expertise and connections to state advocates in policy areas including:

Child Care Policy

Child Care Workforce

Child Welfare

COVID-19 and Early Childhood

Early Education and Pre-K

Family Tax Credits

Funding Streams (State and Federal)

Home Visiting

Maternal and Child Health

Paid Family Leave

Racial Equity in Early Childhood Policy

Latest Alliance News 

Nisha G. Patel Joins Alliance for Early Success Board of Directors 

The Alliance for Early Success (the Alliance) announced today Nisha G. Patel has joined the organization’s Board of Directors. Patel is a well-known national voice on social and economic mobility and philanthropy in the United States and will bring her deep expertise in supporting thriving families to the organization’s governance.

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The Alliance Launches Second Cohort to Support Advocates Centering Lived Experience and Sharing Power

The Alliance for Early Success is launching a second cohort of the Centering Parent and Practitioner Power (CPPP) Community of Practice aimed at strengthening the capacity of state grantees seeking to build authentic and impactful partnerships that are rooted in lived experiences and values of racial equity and shared power. The eight-month cohort experience creates the space for courageous conversations necessary to deepen the understanding, appreciation, and skills to equitably center the expertise of community members in policy and advocacy work.

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Stinson Liles
Director of Communications
Alliance for Early Success
sliles {at} earlysuccess {dot} org