Dr. Harriette Bailey is an Assistant Professor, B-K Coordinator, Principle Investigator, and Co-Principle Investigator at the University of North Carolina-Greensboro. Dr. Bailey has extensive experiences in higher education, early intervention, early care and education, and child and family outcomes. She is passionate about preparing students to deliver effective and equitable services for diverse children and families. Dr. Bailey’s research interests include: appropriate services for infants and toddlers, cultural competency, family engagement, and designing effective policies and supports for young children and families. She is co-founder and owner of Bailey, Pullis, and Riggins, LLC.- a racial equity consulting organization. She is a member of North Carolina’s State Interagency Coordinating Council, a Governor appointed position.