Elizabeth Burke Bryant is stepping down as executive director of Rhode Island Kids Count.

Burke Bryant steps down as Rhode Island Kids Count director

PROVIDENCE — Elizabeth Burke Bryant is stepping down as executive director of Rhode Island Kids Count after 28 years.

Burke Bryant has headed the agency since its inception in 1994.

Under his leadership, Rhode Island Kids Count became the state’s premier children’s advocacy organization. He has a national reputation for his work to improve the health, education, early childhood development, economic well-being and safety of Rhode Island’s children.

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The organization’s annual factbook has become a go-to source of data and policy information for multiple indicators of child well-being across the state.

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