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State Panel Discussion on Education Data Exchange

Published: December 14, 2017
Categories:
Technical Assistance
Topics:
Child Welfare, Child Welfare Information Systems

In this presentation, the Children's Bureau hosted a state panel discussion on building and maintaining data exchanges between education and child welfare information systems. This discussion included a description and background of the data exchanges for Kentucky, New York, New York City, and Wisconsin. Topics discussed included data security and use, maintaining and enhancing the data exchange, and lessons learned.

The speakers for this panel were:

  • Gretchen Marshall, Assistant Director, Division of Protection and Permanency, Kentucky
  • Jeff Howard, IT Project Manager; Division of Protection and Permanency, Kentucky
  • Keith Flora, IT Business Analysist; Division of Protection and Permanency, Kentucky
  • Sudharsan PJ, TWIST Development Lead, Division of Protection and Permanency, Kentucky
  • Jason DeSantis, Program Manager, Child Welfare and Community Services Division, New York State
  • Vajeera Dorabawila, PhD, Assistant Director for Research, Evaluation, and Performance Analytics New York State Office of Children and Family Services
  • Eileen Mardon, Assistant Director, Information Systems Solution
  • Lisa Ghartey Ogundimu, JD, Assistant Commissioner for Child Welfare, New York State Office of Children and Family Services
  • Kathleen Hoskins, Esq., Assistant Commissioner, Office of Education Support and Policy Planning, NYC Administration for Children's Services
  • Karyn Bautista, Agency Attorney, New York City Administration for Children's Services
  • John Elliot, Deputy Administrator, Division of Safety and Permanence at the Wisconsin Department of Children and Families
     


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Last Reviewed: October 4, 2018