National Human Services Summit 2023
Hyatt Regency Baltimore | Baltimore, MD
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Sunday, May 21
5:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Live Disrupt the Dialogue Podcast
and Opening Reception
Disrupt the Dialogue: A Conversation with Leaders on Multi-dimensional Self Care in Human Services
Join the hosts of “Disrupt the Dialogue,” Alex Figueroa and Tina Wright-Ervin, for a live podcast where Human Services Leaders of Color have discussions about work that doesn’t always feel safe at work. Our panel will discuss the need for multidimensional self-care and its impact on them leading a workforce and agency. Audience participation is encouraged.
Sunday evening guests:
Derrik Anderson, Executive Director, Race Matters for Juvenile Justice
LaRae Cantley, Senior Manager of Community & Wellbeing, Full Frame Initiative
Vannessa Dorantes, Commissioner, CT Department of Children and Families
Dannette Smith, Chief Executive Officer, NE Department of Health and Human Services
Natalie Williams, Chief Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging Officer, American Public Human Services Association
Monday, May 22
8:30 AM – 10:00 AM
Focus: Co-Creating the Future of Human Services in Baltimore and Beyond
Keynote and Panel Discussion: The Power of Centering Families and Community
Three Baltimore community-based executives will discuss how the future of human services is exciting and challenging. As communities face multiple intersecting issues, we must authentically engage with them to configure systems that generate long-term solutions and support the well-being of families and communities. Building trust and meaningful opportunities for partnership is critical to developing those solutions and crafting a human services system of the future–one that is centered and driven by families and communities driven and centered. Join our panel of experts to learn how they leverage community through leadership, direct connection, and research to remove barriers to well-being while charting a way forward for tomorrow.
Monday panel guests:
Dannette Smith, Chair, APHSA Executive Governing Board of Directors and Chief Executive Officer, NE Department of Health and Human Services
Rafael Lopez, Secretary, Maryland Department of Human Services
Lisa Hamilton, CEO, Annie E. Casey Foundation
Joe Jones, CEO, Center for Urban Families
Dana Stein, CEO, Civic Works and Baltimore County State Delegate
Monday, May 22
4:30 PM – 5:45 PM
Main Stage Session
Focus: Experience with the Human Services System
Intersectional Professionals: A New Vision for the Human Services Workforce
Attendees will be introduced to the concept of “Intersectional Professionals” – people with lived experience of the systems they work in. The panel, comprised of Intersectional Professionals, will allow you to learn about their experiences, including where they have succeeded and hit roadblocks in their workplaces. You will hear about the unique contributions Intersectional Professionals make in human services, including direct service, policy, and systems change. You will come away with an understanding of their unique strengths and needs and will get perspectives on how to recruit, retain, and advance these professionals into leadership positions:
Anthony Barrows, Managing Partner and Founder, Center for Behavioral Design and Social Justice
Amy McDonald Cippolla-Stickles, Independent Diversity Consultant
Charles Lerner, State Director, Massachusetts Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) Association; Mishaela Durán, President & CEO, Forum for Youth Investment
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