On April 29, 2021, the Annie E. Casey Foundation will host a webinar and panel discussion focused on its Family-Centered Community Change® (FCCC) effort.
FCCC utilized a two-generation approach — working to provide meaningful and simultaneous support to parents and their kids — in three communities with high rates of poverty.
The 75-minute webinar, Lessons and Reflections From Family-Centered Community Change, will offer insights from FCCC evaluators and community partners who provided two-generation services.
Practitioners from Buffalo, New York; Columbus, Ohio; and San Antonio, Texas, will join evaluators from the Urban Institute to describe the FCCC interventions that they led. This group will also discuss how two-generation strategies shaped their work and how their goals, approaches and communities evolved during the initiative.
What: Lessons and Reflections From Family-Centered Community Change
When: 12 p.m. ET, Thursday, April 29, 2021
The moderator is Burgundi Allison, program associate at the Casey Foundation.
- Lakeshia Bragg, dual generation systems director with the United Way of San Antonio and Bexar County
- Chasity Edwards, school and community liaison for the Community Properties of Ohio Impact Corporation
- Kenya Peoples, financial coach with Buffalo Promise Neighborhood
- Marla McDaniel, senior fellow at the Urban Institute
- Theresa Anderson, senior research associate at the Urban Institute
- Amelia Coffey, research associate at the Urban Institute
Register for the webinar