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Ms. Jensen was appointed by the U.S. Congress to the Commission on Interstate Child Support an by several governors to serve on State Child Support Commissions. She founded, ACES (Association for Children for Enforcement of Support, Inc.) in 1985, a national non-profit organization dedicated to assisting families collect child support. Ms Jensen won theHeinz Award for Public Policy . She championed federal income-withholding and criminal non-support legislation enacted by Congress which has doubled the child support collection rate in the last 5 years. Ms. Jensen is the author of Child Support: A Complete Reference (1999, 2004) an up-to-date state-by-state manual of policy, practices, and statistics, and How to Collect Child Support Need advice about collecting child support?
Cheryl Tallman and Joan Ahlers are sisters, the mothers of five children, and founders of Fresh Baby (www.FreshBaby.com). Raised by parents who love fresh foods and entertaining, their mom, a gourmet cook, ensured that they were well-equipped with extraordinary skills in the kitchen. Both with long track records of business success, they decided to combine their skills in the kitchen with their knowledge of healthy foods and children to create Fresh Baby. Cheryl and Joan put a modern twist on the conventional wisdom that when you make it yourself, you know it's better. Their goal at Fresh Baby is to make the task of raising a healthy eater a little bit easier for all parents. Fresh Baby's breastfeeding accessories and baby food making supplies provide parents with practical knowledge and innovative tools to support them in introducing their children to great tasting, all-natural foods - easily and conveniently. Visit them online at www.FreshBaby.com and subscribe to their Fresh Ideas newsletter to get monthly ideas, tips and activities for developing your family's healthy eating habits!
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