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Schall & Russo planned and facilitated community workgroups for the US District Court-appointed New Jersey Child Welfare Panel charged with overseeing the reform and improvement of NJ's child welfare system. These two months of weekly workgroups developed sustainable reform recommendations in three areas: system-wide practice models; foster parent recruitment, certification and retention; and incorporation of community partnership.


john jay college

Schall & Russo planned and facilitated two national meetings for John Jay College of Criminal Justice’s Prisoner Reentry Institute to discuss fostering entrepreneurship as a strategy to facilitate prisoner reentry. The initiative, funded by the Marion Ewing Kauffman Foundation, brought together more than 40 expert policymakers, practitioners and researchers from the fields of criminal justice, microenterprise, entrepreneurship, and community and economic development.


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