The Role of Social-Emotional Learning in Building Strong Communities | By: Committee for Children RSS Show Notes In this episode of the Grow Kinder® podcast, host Dr. Tia Kim interviews Amber Coleman-Morley, Senior Director of Community and Culture at The Female Quotient. Throughout the episode, they speak to the importance of social-emotional learning (SEL) in building strong communities, emphasizing the impact of how skills such as empathy and communication foster healthy relationships and help children and adults thrive. Dr. Kim and Amber also explore the intersection of SEL and civics education, and how this powerful combination strengthens kindness in society. Amber also shares with listeners her extensive work in developing equity and equality initiatives. To sign up with Committee for Children to advocate for children’s social-emotional well-being, click here. Stay tuned for more episodes on our thought-provoking journey throughout this new season. You can catch us on your favorite podcast platforms such as Apple Podcasts, Spotify, SoundCloud, and more. For additional information, visit GrowKinderPodcast.org. Don’t forget to engage with us by filling out our listener survey. We created this podcast for you, and your feedback is invaluable.