KIDS COUNT Webinar Recording: Creating Opportunity for Families

Posted November 13, 2014
By the Annie E. Casey Foundation
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The Casey Foun­da­tion host­ed a Nov. 12 webi­nar on our new KIDS COUNT pol­i­cy report, Cre­at­ing Oppor­tu­ni­ty for Fam­i­lies: A Two-Gen­er­a­tion Approach. The ses­sion high­light­ed ways the pub­lic, non­prof­it and pri­vate sec­tors can work togeth­er to help equip the 10 mil­lion low-income fam­i­lies with young kids in the Unit­ed States with the tools they need to move out of pover­ty and thrive.


  • Rod­er­ick L. Brem­by, com­mis­sion­er, Con­necti­cut Depart­ment of Social Services
  • Karen Cromp­ton, pres­i­dent and CEO, Voic­es for Utah Children
  • Patrice Cromwell, direc­tor of strate­gic ini­tia­tives, The Annie E. Casey Foundation
  • Ron Hask­ins, senior fel­low in eco­nom­ic stud­ies, The Brook­ings Institution
  • Lau­ra Speer, asso­ciate direc­tor for pol­i­cy reform and advo­ca­cy, The Annie E. Casey Foundation

If you weren’t able to join us, you can access the record­ing and view the pre­sen­ta­tion below. 


Addi­tion­al Resources

Near­ly Half of America’s Fam­i­lies With Young Chil­dren Strug­gle to Make Ends Meet

Learn More: A Col­lec­tion of Resources on Two-Gen­er­a­tion Approaches

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