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Friday, May 17 • 10:30am - 12:00pm
Two-Generation Approaches for Immigrant Family Advancement

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Two generation approaches are designed to break the cycle of inter-generational poverty, typically using interventions for both children and parents from the same household. This session will explore how local governments and nonprofits can support two-generation approaches in their communities, using Montgomery County’s Linkages to Learning program as a case study. We and will also share findings from Welcoming America’s research on member engagement across areas including early childhood education, English language learning, parenting, and workforce development.

Speakers
avatar for Monica Martin

Monica Martin

Administrator - Linkages to Learning, Montgomery County DHS
Monica Martin is a bilingual/bicultural human services manager, clinical supervisor, mental health clinician and social worker. She is the Administrator for Linkages to Learning and Regional Youth Services with the Montgomery County, Maryland Department of Health & Human Services... Read More →
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Kaori Hirakawa

Director, Gilchrist Immigrant Resource Center
Kaori Hirakawa is the Director of the Gilchrist Immigrant Resource Center, Montgomery County's welcome center for immigrants. While managing the operations of the Center's four locations, Kaori focuses on partnership development and collaboration with other government agencies and... Read More →



Friday May 17, 2019 10:30am - 12:00pm
Omni William Penn - Room A - Conference Level

Attendees (40)