Meg Biallas

Meg Biallas
Meg Biallas is the Sr. Manager, Digital Marketing for Child Care Aware® of America. She has designed and implemented digital communications campaigns for youth- and health-focused organizations for more than 10 years. Prior to coming to CCAoA, she worked for the Center for Public Justice, First Focus, RAINN and Council for a Strong America. Meg has a bachelor of arts in journalism from Butler University (Indianapolis, Ind.) and is currently an MBA candidate at the Butler University Andre B. Lacy School of Business.

Recent Posts

Join the 2023 #ThankYouChildCare Twitter Chat

By Meg Biallas on April 26, 2023


Celebrate Provider Appreciation Day® 2023 by joining the #ThankYouChildCare Twitter chat!  

Hosted by Child Care Aware® of America, you are invited to respond to questions and share how you are celebrating. It’s also an opportunity to help educate others on how we can collectively improve the child care sector for all.    

Topics: Provider Appreciation Day 2023

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4 Ways You Can Celebrate Child Care Providers

By Meg Biallas on April 19, 2023

“Provider Appreciation Day” sounds very official – but it doesn’t have to be complicated. It’s really just about saying “thank you” to America’s child care providers, many of whom are underpaid and overworked.  

A simple gesture can mean the world to the workforce that keeps the rest of the workforce going. Child Care Aware® of America makes it easy to say #ThankYouChildCare with our toolkit of resources in English and Spanish, and a few easy activities that can make a provider feel appreciated. 

Topics: Family & Community Engagement, Policy & Advocacy, En español, Parenting, Capacity Building and Partnerships, pro, Provider Appreciation Day 2023

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Provider Appreciation Day 2023

By Meg Biallas on March 21, 2023

Communities across the country are getting ready to celebrate child care providers on May 12, also known as Provider Appreciation Day® 

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What Does Provider Appreciation Day® Actually Look Like?

By Meg Biallas on May 24, 2022

Provider Appreciation Day® 2022 was celebrated on May 6. In the conclusion to this blog series for Provider Appreciation Day®, we’re highlighting how communities are honoring the contributions of their child care providers. Sign up to be a supporter for 2023 so you can be notified of new resources to plan your celebration.    

Topics: Family & Community Engagement, Provider Appreciation Day 2022

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Say #ThankYouChildCare on May 6

By Meg Biallas on April 18, 2022

About the #ThankYouChildCare Twitter Chat 

Topics: Family & Community Engagement, Provider Appreciation Day 2022

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A Party You Don’t Want to Miss: 3 Ways to Celebrate Provider Appreciation Day

By Meg Biallas on February 14, 2022

Topics: Family & Community Engagement

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