2019 Conference Presentations

A Braided Approach to Social Innovation by Barry Rosenberg

A Sociotechnical Systems Redesign of a Child Welfare Bureau by Tom Packard

Achieving Successful Programs Using a Participant-led Program Design by Andrea Jones, Natasha Davis and Stephanie Straughn

Advocacy Strategies for Keeping on Mission in a Changing Political Climate by Sabrina Kiser

Building Community Collaboration to Address Trauma & Promote Resilience by Katharine Briar-Lawson, Lisa Good, Meg Hefty, Heather Larkin, Jacklyn Wallen and Holly White-Wolfe

Building Interactive Data Dashboards in Excel and Data Visualization Tips by Anita Partyka, Dominque Golden and Meriam Issa

Co-Creation + Social Innovation in Social Work by Rachael Dietkus, Lisa Mercer and Rachel Switzky

Choosing the Right Shoes- Taking Steps toward Networking and Partnership by Dawn Konrady (Emerging Leaders Institute)

Collaboration and Customization- Implementing early childhood mental health supports in a growing school network by Megan Berkowitz, Erin Mathis and Brenda Terry-Leonard

Continuous Quality Improvement- A strategic lever for building a learning culture and monitoring organizational impact by Yolanda Green-Rogers and Khushnuma Cooper

Creating Healthy Organizations + Difficult Conversations Handout by Bill James

Defining and Evaluating Impact within Community Collaborations for Empowerment by Stephen W. Stoeffler

Design Thinking for Social Workers- Creating a New Competency by Rachael Dietkus, Lisa Mercer and Rachel Switzky

Developing a new expertise in Management and Supervision in social work – Milestones and training programs for managers by Nourit Segev

Developing Social Work Leaders for an Increasingly Complex World by Toni Jensen

Gamifying Engagement© Part Two- Introducing PGSA by Laura Wittcoff and Dr. Lauren E. Brown

Harnessing the Power of Field Education Units- A Management Strategy to Increase Capacity, Collaboration, and Coins (AKA Funding) by Maruka Rivers, Valerie Haywood, Quintisha China and Brionna Harpe

Harnessing Stakeholder Perspectives to Develop Competency-Based Engagement with Older Adults by Alisa West Cahill

Investing in The Leaders of Tomorrow – Challenges and Opportunities by Anne Althoff and Okpara Rice

It’s not about them without them- Collaborating with consumers to meet needs and improve practice by Natallie Gentles-Gibbs

Key Considerations for Social Enterprise as a Mechanism for Sustainable Funding by Barb Hiltz and Bonnie Dockham

Leadership Rebooted – Cultivating Trust with the Brain in Mind by Angela Pittman

Leveraging Social Work Knowledge and Skills for Fundraising Effectiveness by Barry Rosenberg

Leveraging the Family First Prevention & Services Act to encourage innovation & maximize performance management & impact by Miranda Lynch and Yolanda Green-Rogers

Making it Happen- Strategy in Action by Jill Misra

Making Succession Possible- The Experience of Fu Hong Society in Hong Kong by Steve Fong Fu Fai

Mentoring in the Moment for Accelerating Impact by Julie Piepenbring and Todd Rofuth

Personality Characteristics and Social Service Leaders by Richard Boettcher and Linda Helm

Podcast power- developing diversity and social justice skills among faculty members by Stephen Cummings and Yolanda Spears

Policy & Practice Lessons Learned from Constructing Mental Health Partnerships with High-Poverty High Schools by Catherine Kramer

Retaining Donors in an Era of Attrition by Sarah Lange

Social Innovation through Cross Sector Collaboration – A Success Story by Jeremias Amstutz

Social Innovation through University-Community Engagement by Tracy Soska

Social Technology based Innovations – Traditions and Transformations to American Human Service Context by Elise Verdooner and Mulari Nair

Staff-Volunteer Outreach Strategies to Increase Program Impact by Lilly Estenson

Stakeholder management strategies of community-based human service organizations by Cornelia Gordon-Hempe

Strategic Resource Development by Todd Rofuth and Julie Piepenbring

Successful Annual Major Giving Programs for Human Service Nonprofits – It can be done. by Jaime Abbott

The professional is publishable- writing for publication with and without academics by Lauri Goldkind and Jonathan B. Singer

Tools and Resources for Advocating for a Stronger Social Service Workforce by Nicole Brown and Nathan Linsk

Turning Connections into Collaboration- A Ten-Step Process by Alexander Figueroa, Lauren A. Davis, Trinka Landry-Bourne and Tina Wright-Ervin

Using Client Satisfaction Surveys to Demonstrate Impact in Victim Services- Special Considerations and Enhancing Community Partnership by Jennifer Koza

Using collaborative, utilization-focused evaluation to move toward evidence-informed practice by Jeanette Harder

Using the Civil Conversations Approach to address conflict in the Trump era by Jon Talebreza-May and Anil Oommen

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