NCSEA CONNECTS: Get Connected Web-Talk

Date: October 17, 2019

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Join NCSEA Connects community facilitators for a conversation to learn more about how to join NCSEA Connects and make it work for you!

Affinity Groups – NCSEA Connects – were created to help NCSEA members connect with peers on a host of topics, as well as expand your knowledge base and resources.

What is it? NCSEA Connects provides child support professionals a network of colleagues who share common goals, with the intent to bolster relationships, learning opportunities, mentoring, and professional development, in a community-building way. Groups are organized organically around topics that NCSEA members want. NCSEA provides the forum and guidance for organization, with Affinity Group members taking lead on the details of participation.

Current NCSEA Connects groups:
NCSEA Connects: Intergovernmental
Community Facilitator: Philip Ashmore
This group will focus on all things intergovernmental: policy, law, international practice, forms, payments, and cooperation between units. The group seeks to bring practitioners together to learn, share, network, and recommend improvements in the area of intergovernmental child support services.

NCSEA Connects: Leadership
Community Facilitator: Kim Cagno, Director – San Mateo Child Support Services
The Leadership Group will focus on learning new and innovative ways to approach leadership. Networking of seasoned, new, and developing leaders is important to the future of the child support program. This group provides an opportunity for learning and growing in the area of leadership.

NCSEA Connects: Training
Community Facilitator: Kathie Bohacek, Program Manager – San Joaquin County Child Support Services & Laura Van Buskirk, Project Manager – YoungWilliams
The focus of this group is on training issues including training needs, assessments, curricula, and other community training areas.

NCSEA Connects: Tribal Agencies
The Tribal Agencies group is the opportunity for agency members to reach other individuals in the tribal child support community.

Speakers
Philip Ashmore, International Policy & Public Inquiries, Data Access & Privacy – HHS/ACF/OCSE
Kathie Bohacek, Program Manager – San Joaquin County Child Support Services
Kim Cagno, Director – San Mateo Child Support Services
Robbie Endris – Regional Director, Child Support Services – Conduent
Laura Van Buskirk, Project Manager – YoungWilliams

Registration
Members & Non-Members – Free