The Peggy Hibbert Enlightenment Speaker Series

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Our 2018 Enlightenment Speaker Series event features: 

Dr. Betty Rintoul, Ph.D.  

"Nurturing the Brain: Building a Foundation for Life"

This presentation will provide an introduction to early brain development and mental health. We will explore how early caregiver-child interactions shape that development and are critical to the development of the social relationships, language, and emotional self-regulation that lead to success in school and in life.

Thursday, April 26, 2018
​Hayes Barton United Methodist Church

2209 Fairview Road
Raleigh, NC 27608


Doors Open at 6:00 PM, Event begins at 6:30 PM

Tickets are $10 general admission (no exchanges or refunds)


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Dr. Peggy Hibbert

Betty Rintoul, Ph.D.

The Peggy Hibbert Enlightenment Speaker Series is a series of educational events created in honor of Dr. Peggy Hibbert. Peggy Hibbert was devoted to the mission of supporting families with young children. Her passion for early education and early intervention is reflected in her many years of involvement at Project Enlightenment as a parent, a doctoral student intern, and eventually as the staff coordinator of the Demonstration Preschool. Her vision and willingness to step forward as the first volunteer President led to the creation of the Project Enlightenment Foundation. She helped establish the first Board of Directors for the Foundation and set forth the goals and mission of the Foundation. Donations made in her memory help us continue her mission of education through the Peggy Hibbert Enlightenment Speaker Series.  

About the Speaker:

​Betty Rintoul, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist whose career has been focused on infants, toddlers, preschoolers, and their families. Through her 40 year career, she has served as teacher, administrator, researcher, consultant, and therapist. Through her training initiative, Encouraging Connections, she provides engaging presentations with the goal of translating research to public policy and practices that will allow every child to receive the nurturing attention that builds the foundation for life success and well-being.