Event | February 16, 2021

JBA to Represent Its Home Visiting Portfolio Virtually at 2021 Home Visiting Summit

JBA staff are among the many professionals getting creative to share home visiting research and knowledge safely during the COVID-19 pandemic. Jill Filene, Allison Meisch, Julie Morales, and Mariel Sparr will speak at the 2021 National Home Visiting Virtual Summit, the first remote iteration of an annual event hosted by Start Early (formerly the Ounce of Prevention Fund). The multiday conference agenda features a mix of live and prerecorded sessions from February 22–26, including six with active JBA participation.

Live Sessions

JBA staff at the 2020 National Home Visiting Summit

Home Visiting Racial Equity Learning Journey
February 26, 2:00–2:45 p.m.
Bryn Fortune, Early Childhood Investment Corporation; Jill Filene, JBA; Nancy Margie, Office of Planning, Research, and Evaluation, Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services; Melissa L. Kelley, National Home Visiting Network; Karen Howard, Crossover Partners

How Home Visiting Stakeholders Can Use the Precision Paradigm to Design Studies Aligned with Emerging Funding Opportunities
February 25, 2:00–2:45 p.m.
Jill Filene, JBA; April Wilson, Child Trends

Tribal Home Visiting: 10 Years Serving Families, Learning Through Evaluation
February 23, 2:15–3 p.m.
Allison Meisch, JBA; Julie Morales, JBA

JBA staff at the 2019 National Home Visiting Summit

Available on Demand

Data Capacity in a Crisis and Beyond: The Data Governance Toolkit
Allison Meisch, JBA; Erika Williams, The Albireo Group; T’Pring Westbrook, Annie E. Casey Foundation

The 2020 Home Visiting Yearbook: The National Landscape
Allison Meisch, JBA; Julia Isaacs, Urban Institute; Jill Filene, JBA

Home Visitor Communication Toolkit: Updates and Innovations
Mary Frese, Erikson Institute/Loyola University; Mariel Sparr, JBA