Closing Plenary: The COVID-19 Impact
Wednesday, October 28, 2-3:30 PM ET
Session opens at 1:30 PM EST
Registration is required for this event.
In 2020, the pandemic profoundly changed unemployment rates, human services delivery, workforce norms, safety net demands, and state and local projected budgets. Join us for the closing plenary of NCSEA’s Inspire conference as we explore the evolving impact of those changes on the economy and human services programs. Our panel of national experts will discuss current and future ramifications of COVID-19 and ways for government agencies to provide the most effective and beneficial services to impoverished and at risk families. We’ll also look at the role of the child support program including cost-avoidance, employment programs, and guideline calculations. This is the one closing plenary not to miss!
Brett Orrell - American Enterprise Institute, Resident Fellow
Angela Rachidi - American Enterprise Institute, Rowe Scholar
Jane Venohr - Center for Policy Research, Economist/Research Associate
Laura Wheaton - Urban Institute, Senior Fellow
Diane Potts - CSF Division (Center for Support of Families), SLI Government Solutions, Director, Child Support Practice