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CLIENTS

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Clients by Issue Area Client Snapshots

CURRENT

  • California Child Welfare Co-Investment Partnership
  • California Department of Social Services
  • California HealthCare Foundation
  • The California Wellness Foundation
  • Casey Family Programs
  • Commonweal Juvenile Justice Program
  • Conrad N. Hilton Foundation
  • The County Welfare Directors Association
  • Joyce Foundation
  • The Judicial Council of California
  • Lucile Packard Foundation for Children’s Health
  • Second Harvest Food Bank
  • Stuart Foundation
  • Urban Strategies Council
  • Walter S. Johnson Foundation
  • Zellerbach Family Foundation

CLIENTS BY ISSUE AREA

CHILD WELFARE & EDUCATION

  • California Alliance for Child and Family Services
  • California Child Welfare Co-Investment Partnership
  • California Alliance for Child and Family Services
  • Casey Family Programs
  • Conrad N. Hilton Foundation
  • Honoring Emancipated Youth and Foster Youth Alliance
  • LA County Children’s Planning Council
  • California Department of Education
  • Foundation Consortium
  • Stuart Foundation
  • United Way of the Bay Area
HEALTHCARE

  • Asian & Pacific Islander Wellness Center
  • California HealthCare Foundation
  • Corporation for Supportive Housing
  • The California Wellness Foundation
  • Frequent Users of Health Services Initiative
  • Planned Parenthood Federation of America
  • Lucile Packard Foundation for Children’s Health

VIOLENCE PREVENTION & JUVENILE JUSTICE

  • California Department of Justice 
  • The California Endowment
  • The California Wellness Foundation 
  • Fight Crime: Invest in Kids
  • The California Endowment
  • Illinois Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence
  • Joyce Foundation
  • Legal Community Against Violence
  • United Way of the Bay Area
  • Youth Law Center
  • Women’s Foundation

CLIENT SNAPSHOTS

  The California Wellness Foundation

i.e.  has led several multi-year violence preventions public education campaigns with Cal Wellness, and has provided strategic consulting to the Foundation’s communications department for nearly two decades. Highlights also include media relations and videos for the California Peace Prize and its Champions of Health Professions Diversity. Top

Stuart Foundation: The Education Equals Partnership

i.e. serves as a key member of the implementation support team for the Education Equals Partnership, an initiative of the Stuart Foundation that is driving better outcomes for students from foster care. In this role i.e. facilitates the Partnership’s statewide collective impact and communications efforts through the design, delivery and management of an online Community of Practice, in-person convenings, and a suite of communications tools. Top

California Child Welfare Co-Investment Partnership

i.e.  serves as a senior-level facilitator and advisor to this influential collaboration of foundations and government agencies. We monitor child welfare media, policy, and practice issues across the state and facilitate information sharing and collaboration. i.e. also develops the partnership’s communications materials and reports, including insights, an ongoing publication that examines the links between data, policy, and outcomes for California’s most vulnerable children and families. Top

  California HealthCare Foundation (CHCF)

 i.e. communications assists the California HealthCare Foundation (CHCF) in examining ways to better integrate data into local health policymaking. This effort is part of CHCF’s larger Free the Data initiative focused on both improving access to government data and catalyzing use of those data by multiple stakeholders – journalists, entrepreneurs and developers, consumers, and local policymakers. Along with conducting researching on desired aspects for the tool, i.e. coordinates the Innovation Roundtable, comprised of county supervisors and their staff, leaders in health departments, and representatives from state agencies.  The Innovation Roundtable provides guidance both on the desired content and design approaches for the health data tool.

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