If you are passionate about moving both children and caregivers toward opportunity and economic security, this panel will challenge all of us to think differently about how we rebuild systems and help families thrive. Friends of the Children is excited to host the third in a series of #FosterOurFuture panel discussions, "In It Together: Why Two-Generation Approaches Are Critical to Family Health and Well-Being." The discussion will focus on the importance and impact of Two-Generation (2Gen) approaches. 2Gen approaches build family well-being by intentionally working with children and the adults in their lives together.
The panel will be moderated by Friends of the Children and feature leaders from around the country including:
-Jeannine Balfour, Senior Program Officer, The Conrad N. Hilton Foundation
-Gary Clemons, Executive Director, Friends New York
-Tiffany Day, Systems Change & Policy Analyst, Ascend at the Aspen Institute
-Drayton Jackson, Founder of Foundation for Homeless & Poverty Management and Parent Advisor, Ascend at the Aspen Institute