• National Parent Leadership Institute

  • National Parent Leadership Institute

  • National Parent Leadership Institute

Parent Leadership for a healthy democracy.

Mission

The National Parent Leadership Institute exists to coordinate and increase the civic skills and impact of diverse parents to improve child and community outcomes as they build caring communities.

Unique Value Proposition

The NPLI represents a pioneer in developing the field of parent leadership and differentiates itself by embracing a cross-race, cross-class, parent-informed and pro-social learning approach to building parents as a constituency for community and recognizing children as the beneficiaries.

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NPLI 2018 Racial Equity Think Tank: Advancing Racial Justice Through Parent Leadership

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The 2018 National Family and Community Engagement Conference

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Testimonials

“I’ve been able to use what I’ve learned and positively impact my community.”

 

Alycia Williams, Stockton California

Parent Leader

“It [PLTI] provides a platform for a stronger constituency who’s involved who can help rally around your [Legislator] cause and push forward your agenda and your initiatives that you’re trying to move forward as you’re operating in office.  It basically builds a coalition of support around you.”

 

Jennilynne Coley, Denver Colorado

Parent Leader

“PLTI taught me to reflect, take in what the other person is saying, and use that as common ground… learning to find common ground in that argument and move forward together to possibly satisfy both ends of that conversation, that was a huge learning skill for me in PLTI.”

 

Ryea' O'Neill, Casper Wyoming

Parent Leader