Past Events

Past Events

, | - PT | Monterey, California

NCCD CEO Kathy Park will serve on a panel with Chris Kingsley of the Annie E. Casey Foundation to discuss predictive analytics at the national conference of the American Association of

, | - PDT | San Diego, CA

Dr. Angie Wolf, Chief Program Officer, will present key findings from an NCCD study on girls and gangs at a California School Resource Officers’ Association conference September 20 and

, | - PDT | Seattle, WA

NCCD CEO Kathy Park will be a panel participant at this conference, offered by the American Public Human Services Association for health and human services IT leaders. In a session

, | - PDT | San Diego, CA

Angie Wolf, NCCD's Chief Program Officer, and Chris Baird, Chair of the NCCD Board of Directors,

, | - CDT | Madison, WI

NCCD CEO Kathy Park will be presenting at this annual event that explores how to collect, use, and visualize data. She will present her session, "Can Artificial Intelligence Be Fair?,"

, | - EST | Washington, DC

The Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018 created a brand new $100 million pay for success fund at the US Department of Treasury. Join federal, state, local, and private sector leaders to discuss what it will take to make this largest-ever federal pay

, | - ET | Washington, DC

Chris Scharenbroch, associate director of research analytics at NCCD, will present a paper he authored during a session titled “Using Prevention Science to Ensure Appropriate

, | - CT | Madison, WI

The La Follette School of Public Affairs at the University of Wisconsin–Madison is hosting a screening of Milwaukee 53206, a 2017 Media for a Just Society Award

, | - EDT | Arlington, Virginia

NCCD CEO Kathy Park will lead a session at the American Public Human Services Association (APHSA) National Health and Human Services 2018 Summit along with two leaders from IBM Watson

, | - EDT | Washington, DC

The Child Welfare League of America 2018 National Conference will bring together public and private providers from child welfare and other fields, along with corporations, advocates, educators, youth, and family members for four days of workshops