Marsha Basloe

Marsha Basloe joined CCSA in February 2018. Most recently, Marsha was senior adviser for the Office of Early Childhood Development at the Administration for Children and Families (ACF), U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), where she was responsible for coordinating early childhood workforce and homelessness areas working closely with the Office of Head Start and the Office of Child Care. She co-chaired an early childhood workgroup for the Interagency Workgroup on Family Homelessness and worked on early childhood workforce initiatives in collaboration with the Department of Education. Basloe was responsible for communications from the Office of Early Childhood and was involved in inter-agency efforts and other initiatives aimed at young children and families.

Before joining HHS, Marsha served as the executive director of the Early Care & Learning Council, the statewide CCR&R agency for New York’s 37 CCR&R agencies, where she was a member of the Governor’s Early Childhood Advisory Council. Before that, she was the executive director of Durham’s Partnership for Children, a Smart Start Initiative.

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