The early childhood home visiting workforce has a critical role to play in meeting the evolving needs of families across the country. The effectiveness of home visitors depends in part on their professional well-being and on collaborative relationships with supervisors that foster learning and growth.
This project works to advance understanding of how to support and strengthen the home visiting workforce, including programs funded through the Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting (MIECHV) and Tribal MIECHV programs. The initial groundwork will involve developing and refining research-based conceptual models of professional well-being and reflective supervision. Additional efforts may include adapting or developing and testing measures, evaluating the efficacy of strategies, and conducting further research on related topics.
Jill Filene, M.P.H.
Executive Vice President
Jill Filene has more than 15 years of experience in applied research, program evaluation, and technical assistance. Her areas of expertise include home...
Mariel Sparr, Ph.D., M.A.
Senior Research Associate
Mariel Sparr has more than 12 years of experience in program evaluation, applied research, and research methodology. Her technical skills include quantitative...
Colleen Morrison, Ph.D.
Colleen Morrison has more than 10 years of experience in program evaluation and applied developmental research. Her areas of expertise include early...
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, MDRC, University of Colorado Denver