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Springboard Prize for Child Welfare Informational Webinar - Shared screen with speaker view
arosenblatt@gm.slc.edu
23:23
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Lucero Noyola
24:01
Hi All
Heather Kersey
24:23
Hello! Heather from Wellroot Family Services in Atlanta Georgia
Jessica Lertora
24:26
Good afternoon! Jessica Lertora from Frederick County Safe Babies Court Team in Frederick County Maryland. Excited to be here to learn more.
Lucero Noyola
24:27
Lucero Noyola from Los Angeles. Excited to learn about the prize
Caron Rothstein
24:28
Program Manager for Yatom: The Jewish Foster & Adoption Network
Jeff Turnbull
24:28
Hi from Peoria Illinois.
Amy Schulz
24:39
HI. I am in Arizona. Near Phoenix.
Sarah Barnaby
24:42
Sarah calling in from Connecticut! I’m excited to learn about the goals of the Springboard Prize. Thanks for having me!
melissa Jenovai
24:42
Michigan
Marina Nitze
24:44
Hi all! Marina Nitze from New America / Seattle. Excited that you are doing this, and would love to hear more about if there are specific goals / focus areas for which you’re hoping to receive applications.
Sarah Frierson
24:44
From Youth Villages in Memphis, TN.
Devin Sweat
24:45
Good Morning! I’m tuning in from Denver and am excited to learn more about if this would be a good fit for an agency I am interning for, Foster Source.
Diane Howard
24:46
Hello from the National Disability Rights Network
Amanda Caton
24:48
Hi! I'm from Healthy Families in Virginia Beach. I'm excited to learn more about this opportunity and how we can potentially impact families in our community.
Tanya Torp
24:50
Tanya Torp, Step By Step, Inc, Lexington, KY
Pamela Perrilles
24:51
Hello! Pam from Peoria IL! Looking forward to learning about funding opportunities for our important Mission.
Luci Kade
24:53
Hi! I'm Luci Kade from the Multi-Agency Alliance for Children in Atlanta, GA! I'm excited to hear how this may help us further innovation for our youth.
Amy Griffin
24:57
Good afternoon, I am Amy Griffin from Lakeland, Georgia. I am with Lanier County Family Connection.
Georgette Todd
25:01
Hi from Connect Our Kids!
Sarah Dauber
25:02
Hello! I'm from New Jersey, and employed at Partership to End Addiction in NYC. Looking forward to learning more about the prize!
Clark Peters
25:03
Hello all. Clark Peters from the University of Missouri
Natalie Pond
25:07
Joining from Seattle, The Mockingbird Society! Glad to be here.
Katie Sharar
25:08
Katie, from Tucson, AZ/Florence Immigrant & Refugee Rights Project
Amy Schulz
25:11
Az Arouet Foundation
Cynthia Chauvin
25:18
Hello, I am with the Court Appointed Special Advocate program in Hancock County, Mississippi. Excited to learn more about this opportunity!
Dee Bonnick
25:25
Hello Everyone! Dee Bonnick, National Family Engagement s
Laurie Tochiki
25:28
Aloha Laurie from Honolulu. Excited to hear about the goals of the opportunity!
Susan Elsen
25:32
Susan Elsen from the MA Law Reform Institute, in Massachusetts
Sterling Evans
25:39
Excited to be here. Sterling from the Global Orphan Project in Kansas City, MO. Excited to learn more about the Aviv Foundation
Grace Park
25:47
Grace Park from the Koreatown Youth & Community Center in Los Angeles.
Tom Thunstrom
25:50
Tom Thunstrom, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Delaware. Thanks for inviting us all
Elizabeth Brando
25:51
Good morning. My name is Elizabeth Brando and I am a proud citizen of the Cherokee Nation. I work for the National Indian Child Welfare Association (NICWA), a national organization based in Portland, OR. We are relentless advocates for Native children and their families. Thank you.
Virginia Moring
26:01
I am in Wasilla Alaska and work for the Office of Children's Services
Patty Watson
26:10
Patty Watson from Cape Cod Children's Place in Massachusetts
Dee Bonnick
27:22
Hi Everyone! Dee Bonnick, National Family Engagement Specialist from Connecticut
Melanie Moredock
27:33
Hello from the Institute for Child Welfare Innovation! Thanks for having us!
Cassandra R Finley
28:26
Hello Everyone! Cassandra R Finley, Foster America Fellow, Cohort #4
Allon Kalisher
29:03
Hi all - I'm with Mathematica, calling in from Connecticut
Anna Scarbriel
29:28
Greetings from the Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands!
Tara Green
29:55
Hi! I’m Tara Green with Foster Care Advocacy Center in Houston
Carl Maas
31:02
Hi, I am Carl Maas with the Center for Child and Family Studies at the University of South Carolina in Columbia, SC.
Colby Swettberg
31:58
Hi, I’m Colby Swettberg with Silver Lining Mentoring and the Silver Lining Institute in Boston
Victor Sims
33:23
Hi I am Victor Sims from Guiding Hope Inc. in the state of Texas.
Jess Skylar
33:36
Hi all! Kathleen Rivera here from Think of Us NYC office
Justin Goldbach
34:00
Welcome, everyone! Thrilled to see such strong attendance from coast to coast -- wow!
Jeff Turnbull
36:46
Will we be able to get a copy of the slide show?
Patty Watson
37:02
From Honolulu to Cape Cod! what a village!
Felicia Jones
37:52
Felicia Jones, Maryland Family Network, Baltimore, MD
Justin Goldbach
39:05
Fabulous questions, all! We will address as many of them as possible at the end of this webinar. Thank you!
Justin Goldbach
44:01
Excellent questions -- please keep 'em coming!
Elizabeth Brando
44:49
Question about impact: American Indian/Alaska Native communities are a smaller percentage of the population. When you consider IMPACT, can it be percentage rather than sheer numbers? Thank you so much.
Justin Goldbach
48:06
Approximately 50, Sarah!
Sarah Dauber
49:18
Can we propose a pilot-level project in a single state for the prize, with potential for national expansion?
Douglas Keillor
49:20
You said you are not looking for cross-cutting issue areas but specific to the Child Welfare System. We work in the juvenile justice system and are looking specifically at "dual status youth" innovations (youth in both child welfare system and juvenile justice system). Is that excluded?
Sarah Barnaby
49:26
What will the awardee relationship look like with the Aviv Foundation over the next two years?
Caron Rothstein
49:44
Will this recording AND the companion PPT be available to attendees?
Sarah Dauber
49:47
Is this prize a one-time opportunity, or will there be future rounds?
arosenblatt@gm.slc.edu
52:05
En este momento estamos pausando la interpretacion por cinco minutos.
Sylvia Bryce
53:10
as a child advocate program would we be eligible for the prize?
ROY T DAWSON
54:28
Have you funded projects/programs operated by African Americans in African American communities?
Caron Rothstein
55:33
Is this a one-time project or will you be offering this prize again?
arosenblatt@gm.slc.edu
56:56
Gracias por su paciencia!
Sarah Barnaby
01:01:58
Can I submit two independent project ideas from the same organization?
Sarah Dauber
01:03:34
In the initial application, should we be specific about what the dollars would be used for, or focus on the broader, bigger idea?
Patty Watson
01:09:19
Thank you!
Tanya Torp
01:09:20
Thank you all.
Jessica Lertora
01:09:34
Thank you for the opportunity to hear more about this fantastic prize!
Stephanie Bozak
01:09:36
Thank you!
Sylvia Bryce
01:09:38
thank you for offering this prize
Elizabeth Brando
01:09:39
Thank you so much for offering this!
Maryann Jacob Macias
01:09:41
Thank you!