Antoinette Paragon-Singh, Co-Ordinator for Parenting Matters

Antoinette Paragon-Singh is a cum laude graduate of Clayton State University with a Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Management (Major) and Business Administration (Minor).  It was during her time at Clayton State University that she became involved with Prevent Child Abuse Henry County as a volunteer and then an intern with their First Steps Program.  Since graduation she has served the organization as a Research Assistant at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health as they conducted a successful study to evaluate the First Steps program at Piedmont Henry Hospital as to its effectiveness within the community. She also served on the PCAHC Board from April 2016 until June 2019.  Currently she serves as the coordinator for Parenting Matters, a free program offered to residents of Henry County.  For more information about Parenting Matters, see our Programs page. 


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