Gender and Early Childhood: The World According to Marketers
Wednesday, November 28, 2012
4-5:30 pm Eastern Time
Join us to learn about the media landscape of early childhood. What are marketers’ schemes for our young children? What harmful gender stereotypes are common in media for children 5 years old and younger? In this webinar, Hardy Girls Training Institute Manager Emily Brostek, MPH, CHES, will share how marketers target children from birth, common media stereotypes, and the impact that these issues have on healthy development. An excellent continuing education opportunity for early childhood educators!
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Emily Brostek, MPH, CHES, joined Hardy Girls Healthy Women as Training Institute Manager in December 2011. Prior to joining the Hardy Girls team, Emily worked in hospitals and health systems in Maine, developing and delivering educational programming and materials. Emily is passionate about spreading Hardy Girls’ approach to promoting the health and wellbeing of women and girls by educating adults through the Training Institute.
Emily is a graduate of Colby College with a degree in Human Development and Philosophy. While at Colby, Emily assisted Lyn Mikel Brown with research on her book, Packaging Girlhood. In 2010, Emily received a Masters of Public Health and a certificate in Interdisciplinary Health Communication from the UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health.