“Parenting is a very important and rewarding role. We as parents and caregivers are our child’s first teachers in life. Our children are our future, and it is our purpose to support them and help them learn that all things are possible. A parent that is active and involved with their child will enable them to believe in themselves and have a voice in this world. They are always watching us and feeding off of the vibes that we put out – lead by example.”
Rosemary Adorno is Puerto Rican but born and raised in Boston, Massachusetts. She joined the Families First team in July of 2020. In addition to her work as an Outreach Ambassador with Families First, she worked for the ABCD Head Start community as a case manager and then ERSE Specialist. She actively volunteers at various nonprofit agencies, such as Union Capital Boston and Tree of Life. She is a Parent Partner at Nurtury Learning Lab and a Parent Leader for the Smart from the Start program. Rosemary is a single mother of four children and has worked and been very active in the childcare field since she herself was 14. She is passionate about her community and the families that she comes across. Rosemary started her involvement with Families First as a parent enrolled in the Power of Parenting program because she enjoys spending time with her children and continuing to further her education and resource connections as much as possible.