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The Learning Project Network

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Health Equity In 


Our STORIES Have The Solutions  

Welcome to your learning community 

Our Projects Mission

The Learning Projects Network’s mission is to build awareness, solutions, and leadership for people of color and vulnerable communities who are not receiving health equity and social justice by generating transformative ideas, information, and experiences. We define health equity as the state in which everyone has equal, fair and cultural access to the highest level of health. Our work will advance racial justice for children, families and community through media, research, and leadership development.


Stephaine Courtney is the executive director of The Learning Project Network, an organization dedicated to social justice issues. Courtney has over 20 years of experience in early childhood education and has a Master’s in Education. We are dedicated to learning about issues that impact children, families, and communities to help start conversations that lead to solutions. We believe that through storytelling and peer support individuals can better understand how experiences lead to outcomes.

Stephaine has trained over 1,000 early childhood educators in Washington State to help them implement high-quality strategies and to understand what it means to be a change agent in the community. She is also a podcaster shedding light on important topics such as leadership, high turnovers, maternal health, and educational technology.

Her current project has been very instrumental in learning about peer support in the maternal health field entitled “Girl get a Doula.” This project was birthed out of her own experience of seven years of infertility, two miscarriages, and one live birth. Through her podcasting and e-book that she is developing, she has learned how critical peer support is to a person’s journey when advocating for their own health and wellness during different parts of a birthing person’s journey. Her motto is “Stay curious and never stop learning.”

Because the solutions to many problems are right in front of us.

Grassroot Project 

Dear Community,

The Learning Project Network is proud to share our newest grassroots project: Black Babies Awareness Month, developed by the Equity Research Action Coalition, we will be partnering with this initiative to celebrate Black infants, families, and organizations that support this cause.

Within the Spokane Community, Black people make up about 2% of the population. A recent survey of Black community leaders and educators often felt that their work and advocacy goes unnoticed. We want to change this narrative by creating space to celebrate Black parents, Early Childhood Educators, community leaders, and other community advocates by elevating their voice and stories.


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Current and Past Project 

Grassroots Project 

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Step Team Team 

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Black Maternal Health Project 

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Our Projects and Counting

Thank you for visiting our page. Our site is currently going under construction. Please stay tuned. We will have great resources coming.


Stephaine Courtney M.Ed

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