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Open Classroom | A Community Based Response to COVID-19 in a Historic Urban Neighborhood: What We Have Learned and Where We Are Going

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Presented by: Darryl Grimes
Interim CEO, Better Family Life

Steve Ingram
Senior Director, Workforce Development, Better Family Life

Miranda Jones
Interim COO and Vice President, Youth and Family Services
Better Family Life

Myisha Wilcher-Roberts, MA
Evaluation Manager, Brown School Evaluation Center
PhD Candidate, UCLA

Join this conversation elevating the importance of community-based responses and local organizations amid COVID-19. Panelists will discuss leadership transitions, organizational shifts, the direct impact of COVID-19 on staff, and the cost of minimizing risks of exposure to staff and clients. Panelists will discuss initiatives geared towards increasing capacity, improving systems, and strengthening strategic partnerships to address systemic inequities and ensure that families thrive post COVID-19.

The Brown School is pleased to co-sponsor this program with the Center for the Study of Race, Ethnicity and Equity.