Are there essential building blocks to achieve transformational change in child welfare?

Jeremy Kohomban

According to Jeremy Kohomban, CEO of Children’s Village, valuing the sanctity of families and making strategic investments to create safe and beautiful communities is the way to transform child welfare.

Jeremy Kohomban - transformation
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Transforming child welfare requires the authentic engagement of a diverse network of stakeholders — including families — who are committed to re-envisioning our entire approach. In this brief video, Jeremy Kohomban discusses who needs to be engaged to achieve child welfare transformation.

Jeremy Kohomban - stakeholders
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Mary Ann Cooney

Mary Ann Cooney, chief of health systems transformation at the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials, stresses the importance of working together to address systemic and deep-rooted inequities because these issues are too complex for any one discipline to solve on its own.

MaryAnn Cooney - public health approach
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Mary Ann Cooney speaks about the key elements necessary — and the patience required — to truly achieve transformational systems change.

MaryAnn Cooney - incentives
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