The Social Innovation Fund & Child Welfare Briefing: Finding What Works, Making It Work for More People

The Social Innovation Fund & Child Welfare Briefing: Finding What Works, Making It Work for More People

November 17, 2015 – November 17, 2015 | 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM | Washington, DC

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CEO Kathy Park will participate in a briefing on the exciting work of grantees of the Social Innovation Fund (SIF) who are transforming the lives of youth around the country. As SIF grantees, these organizations are part of a growing movement to make government more effective through investments in evidence-based solutions.

CEO Kathy Park will participate in a briefing on the exciting work of grantees of the Social Innovation Fund (SIF) who are transforming the lives of youth around the country. As SIF grantees, these organizations are part of a growing movement to make government more effective through investments in evidence-based solutions. Through the SIF, they are helping communities across the country to use data, evidence and rigorous evaluation to accelerate education and employment outcomes for disconnected youth, and to address racial disparities in the child welfare and juvenile justice systems. 

  

 

Other participants include:

  • Lois Nembhard, Deputy Director, Social Innovation Fund
  • Monique Miles, Director of the Opportunity Youth Incentive Fund and the Deputy Director of the Aspen Forum for Community Solutions, Aspen Institute
  • Mamadou Ndiaye, Associate Director, Jobs for the Future
  • Patrice Cromwell, Director, Strategic Initiatives, Annie E. Casey Foundation
     

Space is limited. RSVP to Megan Blanco (mblanco@cns.gov) by COB, November 13th