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New Jersey’s Manage by Data Fellows Program: Changing Culture and Capacity to Improve Outcomes

Published: August 20, 2015
Categories:
Technical Assistance
Topics:
Child Welfare, Child Welfare Information Systems

This presentation highlights the New Jersey Department of Children and Families (NJ DCF) Manage by Data Fellows program, which is a nationally recognized initiative. The initiative is designed to develop the capacity of agency staff to better use data to improve outcomes for children and families. The DCF Manage by Data Fellows program is an important element of NJ DCF’s commitment as a learning organization.

Program objectives: 

  • Learn to understand and demystify data
  • Learn quantitative and qualitative analysis
  • Recognize and address challenges
  • Celebrate good practice
  • Grow as managers and leaders

This webinar is facilitated by Joyce Rose, consultant to ICF International. Guest speakers include:

  • Abbie DiMeo, Coordinator of DCF’s Manage by Data Fellows program
  • Aubrey C. Powers, Assistant Commissioner of DCF’s Office of Performance Management and Accountability
  • Amanda O’Reilly, Director of DCF’s Office of Research Evaluation and Reporting