As Associate Director of the National Child Welfare Resource Center for Organizational Improvement (NRCOI), Anne provides training and technical assistance to states and tribes in the following areas: strategic planning; practice model development and implementation; workforce, with an emphasis on leadership and coaching; stakeholder involvement, community partnership, and interagency collaboration. Anne has over 25 years of local and national experience in public and private child welfare, including 14 years of direct practice, supervision, administration, training and technical assistance, curriculum development, program evaluation, project management, and community collaboration. Anne’s past work included large projects focusing on staff recruitment and retention, system improvement using the breakthrough series collaborative methodology, and practice model development.
Anne is passionate about child welfare and loves helping people build their capacity to develop and implement strategies to improve their organizations, systems and outcomes.
- Masters of Science, Management, Regis University
- Bachelor of Arts, Human Services, Metropolitan State College