Become a Childhood Bereavement Changemaker
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December 14, 2021 | 3:00 p.m. Eastern | 12:00 p.m. Pacific (1 hour)
Free for all
At the end of this webinar, participants will be able to:
- Understand the benefits and expectations of being a Childhood Bereavement Changemaker
- Have the information necessary to complete a successful Childhood Bereavement Changemaker RFP
About the Presenters
Laura J. Landry, Ph.D. (EMAIL)
Laura Landry, Ph.D. is the Director of Evaluation and Research at Judi’s House/JAG Institute. She has 15 years of experience evaluating community-based programs and large-scale prevention initiatives as well as building the capacity of organizations to utilize data to drive decisions. In addition to heading the organization’s Childhood Bereavement Changemaker Initiative, Laura oversees the Evaluation and Research Department. Her work focuses on evaluating Judi’s House services, building evaluation/data utilization capacity in the field, and disseminating the prevalence of childhood bereavement to inform advocates and practitioners working in the field.
Michaeleen R. Burns, Ph.D. (EMAIL)
Michaeleen (Micki) Burns, Ph.D., is the Chief Clinical Officer at Judi’s House/JAG Institute and adjunct faculty at the University of Colorado. JH/JAG is a comprehensive family bereavement center in Denver. A Licensed Psychologist with two decades of experience providing therapeutic assessment and support to families facing adversity, Micki has witnessed the lasting impact of unaddressed grief. She is dedicated to ensuring appropriate care is available for all and raising childhood bereavement to a level of critical public importance. At JH/JAG she oversees the direct service, research, and training departments working towards a vision where no child is alone in grief.