What are common lessons researchers have learned from evaluating two-generation programs across the country? On Jan.13, 2021, the Annie E. Casey Foundation will hold a webinar and panel discussion to explore the insights gained from evaluations of integrated approaches for parents and children, featuring evaluators and practitioners from two recent evaluations.
During the hourlong webinar, Evaluating Two-Generation Approaches: Integrating Partnerships and Embedding Equity, evaluators from the Urban Institute and Mathematica will join practitioners from the Annie E. Casey Foundation’s Family-Centered Community Change effort and Agape Child & Family Services in Memphis, Tennessee, to discuss evaluation findings about the importance of integrating family data, partnerships and race equity in two-generation approaches. They will discuss implications for funders, researchers and two-generation programs.
What: Evaluating Two-Generation Approaches: Integrating Partnerships and Embedding Equity
When: 2 p.m., ET, Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2021
- Kantahyanee Murray, Senior Associate, The Annie E. Casey Foundation (co-moderator)
- Allison Holmes, Senior Associate, The Annie E. Casey Foundation (co-moderator)
- Kimberlin Butler, Director of Foundation Engagement, Mathematica
- Tosin Shenbanjo, Human Services Research Analyst, Mathematica
- Paulita Edmondson, Family Connector Supervisor, Agape Child & Family Services
- Susan J. Popkin, Institute Fellow, Metropolitan Housing and Communities Policy Center, The Urban Institute
- Marla McDaniel, Senior Fellow, Center on Labor, Human Services, and Population, The Urban Institute
- Tanja Jones, Next Doors Community Support Coordinator, Community Properties of Ohio
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