This episode looks at the social, educational, and economic effects of early teen pregnancy on girls of color.
Program Manager and Lead IFPS specialist at the Exchange Club’s Family Center in Alamance County, NC
Lisa R. McBroom, MBA is a Program Manager and Lead IFPS specialist at the Exchange Club’s Family Center in Alamance. She has been in the field for nearly two decades, twelve of those being with the Exchange Club’s Family Center in Alamance. She obtained her undergraduate degree from UNC-Chapel Hill and her Masters from the University of Phoenix. Lisa is certified in Triple P and as a Trainer for the National Alliance of Children’s Trust and Prevention Funds Bringing the Protective Factors Framework to Life in Your Work- a Resource for Action. Lisa also facilitates 12-week Parenting Classes in her community which addresses topics on Parenting Styles & Child Development; Stress & Anger Management; Family Communication; Family & Environmental Trauma; Child Development & Creative Discipline; and Problem-Solving & Relational Health.