NIDA Funds Project on Optimizing Prevention of Early Adult Outcomes
August 1, 2015
Pilot of New Model Supporting the Use of Prevention Evidence by Federal Legislative Offices
January 14, 2016
3rd Annual Conference of the Early Childhood Social Impact Performance Advisors
June 24, 2016
The Annual Conference of the Early Childhood Social Impact Performance Advisors was held June 22-24 in Denver, Colorado.This is the third year this a major national conference on Pay for Success (PFS) social impact financing has occurred. It is the only such conference focused on early childhood Pay for Success.This year’s conference was supported by the Laura and John Arnold Foundation and co-hosted by the Institute for Child Success, ReadyNation, and the Sorenson Impact Center.
Dr, Max Crowley was an invited speaker for a session on implementing programs with fidelity This session considered our expanding early childhood interventions through Pay for Success financing often means a rapid expansion of program capacity to meet goals. Dr. Crowley joined
Sam Aigner-Treworgy (Director of Early Education Policy at City of Chicago), Debby Kasemeyer (Director of Community Development & Investment - Northern Trust) Courtney Towne (Triple P America) and Roxane White (CEO Nurse-Family Partnership) on how they have ensured fidelity of implementation through the use of timelines, onboarding strategies, and implementation teams.