Heidi McIntosh Receives Casey Fellowship

24 May 2010 10:59 PM | Anonymous

Heidi McIntosh has been chosen by the Annie E. Casey Foundation as a member of its prestigious 2010-2011 Children and Family Fellowship Class.  The Casey Foundation, a nationally-renowned child welfar organization, established the fellowship "to increase the pool of leaders with the vision, drive, and ability to create and sustain major system reforms and community initiatives that benefit large numbers of children and families."  Only 18 leaders across the nation were chosen for this honor.  Ms. McIntosh, a Deputy Commissioner for the State of Connecticut Department of Children and Families, has assisted many states, including Connecticut, with improving the quality of child welfare practice.  The 20-month fellowship offers the opportunity for professional development through executive seminars and site visits to learn about innovative agencies and organizations across the country.  In addition, resources to apply effective service delivery models are also offered as part of the fellowship, which will allow Deputy Commissioner McIntosh to focus on specific program improvement initiatives here in Connecticut.

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