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Program Director

Phone: (615) ***-****  HQ Phone
Email: b***@***.org
Tennessee Initiative for Perinatal Quality Care
2200 Children's Way, 11132 DOT
Nashville, Tennessee 37232
United States

 
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • Masters , Education
    University of North Texas
  • MBA , Healthcare
  • MEd
  • PhD
86 Total References
Web References
About Us | TIPQC
tipqc.org, 25 July 2014 [cached]
Liaison member: Brenda Barker, M Ed - TIPQC Project Manager and Improvement Advisor
Regional Advisory Committee Compositions
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Brenda Barker, M Ed TIPQC Project Director & Improvement Advisor Brenda.Barker@TIPQC.org
Brenda Barker joined TIPQC as the full time Project Manager in 2008 and is currently the Project Director & Improvement Advisor. Brenda has been an educator, speaker, author, counselor, and for 14 years has worked in international medical relief and adoptions as the Southeast Regional Director of one of the largest US children's humanitarian organizations, overseeing four US offices and a team in 11 states. She has worked extensively around the world with government officials and orphanages, and at-risk children and their families. Brenda is also involved with the March of Dimes, Vermont Oxford Network, Davidson County Fetal Infant Review Community Action Team, and a Sunday School teacher. Brenda, was selected Ambassador of the Year, Volunteer of the Year, and her family was honored as the Family of the Year for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, and well as the The Family of the Year in 2007 by the State of TN. Brenda has been an activist on women's and children's issues, serving on President Carter's National Advisory Committee for Women, and a recipient of a US Congressional Award in 2001. Brenda brings the family perspective to TIPQC as a parent of three premies, including twin daughters, and as a parent of a son who won a hard fought six year battle with leukemia following a successful bone marrow transplant. Brenda received her Masters in Education from University of North Texas, her Improvement Advisor certificate from IHI, and is currently pursuing a MBA in Healthcare. Brenda lives in Brentwood, Tennessee with her husband and their international family of 9 children who were adopted from India, China, Latvia, Vietnam, and Ethiopia.
Children's Hope International: August 2007
www.adoptblog.childrenshope.net, 1 Aug 2007 [cached]
Children's Hope Southeast Branch Director, Brenda Barker, was invited by the USCIS to a meeting in Memphis, Tennessee on Monday, for the announcement of new implementations which will make I-600A (along with the fingerprints) and I-824 extensions free to adoptive families.
Welcome to Children's Hope International
chiadoption.chinaadoptionagency.com, 8 July 2012 [cached]
Brenda Barker , S.E. U.S. Office Director
Cathi@ChildrensHopeInt.org Gary@ChildrensHopeInt.org
TIPQC : About
www.tipqc.org, 27 Oct 2012 [cached]
Liaison Member: Brenda Barker
Regional Advisory Committee Compositions
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Brenda Barker photo
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Brenda Barker TIPQC Project Director & Improvement Advisor Brenda.Barker@TIPQC.org
Brenda Barker joined TIPQC as the full time Project Manager in 2008 and is currently the Project Director & Improvement Advisor. Brenda has been an educator, speaker, author, counselor, social worker, and for 14 years has worked in international medical relief and adoptions as the Southeast Regional Director of one of the largest US children's humanitarian organizations, overseeing four US offices and a team in 11 states. She has worked extensively around the world with government officials and orphanages, and at-risk children and their families. Brenda is also involved with the March of Dimes, Vermont Oxford Network, Davidson County Fetal Infant Review Community Action Team, and teaches 5th grade Sunday School. Brenda, was selected Ambassador of the Year, Volunteer of the Year, and her family was honored as the Family of the Year for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, and well as the The Family of the Year in 2007 by the State of TN. Brenda has been an activist on women's and children's issues, serving on President Carter's National Advisory Committee for Women, and a recipient of a US Congressional Award in 2001. Brenda brings the family perspective to TIPQC as a parent of three premies, including twin daughters, and as a parent of a son who won a hard fought six year battle with leukemia following a successful bone marrow transplant. Brenda received her Masters in Education from University of North Texas, her Improvement Advisor certificate from IHI, and is currently pursuing a MBA in Healthcare. Brenda lives in Brentwood, Tennessee with her husband and their international family of 9 children who were adopted from India, China, Latvia, Vietnam, and Ethiopia.
Gathering of Statewide Experts Addresses Infant and Maternal Concerns
www.lchealthsystem.com, 14 May 2012 [cached]
For more information, please contact Brenda Barker, TIPQC program director, at (615) 343-8536
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