Webinar: Two-Generation/Whole Family Approaches in Anti-Trafficking Programming

Publication Date: July 24, 2019

This webinar from NHTTAC discusses two-generation and whole family approaches, emerging trends, case studies, and best practices for providing supportive and comprehensive services for individuals who have experienced trafficking and their families.

Discussion topics include:

  • Key components of a two-generation/whole family approach to service provision
  • Connections between two-generation/whole family approaches and adverse childhood experiences
  • How a two-generation/whole family approach supports anti-trafficking strategies


Tiffany Day is a systems change and policy analyst at Ascend at the Aspen Institute. The Aspen Institute’s mission is to foster leadership based on enduring values and to provide a nonpartisan venue for dealing with critical issues. Ascend is a policy program of the Institute and a hub for breakthrough ideas and collaborations that move children and their parents toward educational success and economic security. Ms. Day partners with key states, counties, communities, agencies, and families to further develop and advance system change and policy that promote equitable opportunities for children and families. In addition, Ms. Day provides technical assistance to diverse groups of leaders and policy makers to identify and share best and emerging practices within the 2-gen field.

Jessica (Jessie) Kendall is a senior technical specialist at ICF and has more than 15 years of experience in law and policy research, writing, and analysis and technical assistance provision. She provides training and capacity building support to federal, state, and community-based clients and works on a broad spectrum of initiatives in anti-poverty programming, workforce, human trafficking, juvenile justice, and child protection systems. Previously, Ms. Kendall was a staff director at the American Bar Association’s Center on Children and the Law, where she directed federal and grant-funded child welfare and juvenile justice reform projects. She also has extensive litigator experience representing children in child protection proceedings.

Rosalynd Mosser is a policy analyst for the Economic Opportunity Division at the National Governor’s Association’s Center for Best Practices. Ms. Mosser supports work with governors’ staff and state leaders to strengthen social service programs and delivery systems. Her areas of focus include anti-poverty programs, child welfare, juvenile justice, and refugee social services.

This webinar took place on March 6, 2019.

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