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Tuesday, June 7 • 11:15am - 12:45pm
Session 5D: Building a Blueprint for Child Protection: Engaging Community Stakeholders to Change the Landscape of Prevention and Education

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The Blueprint for Child Protection was born out of the realization that a fundamental and cultural shift is needed to protect children. As a network of leading institutions, we are required to take responsibility for the safety of the children of our community. As experts in the field, we have all heard stories about how an institution failed to protect children or did not act in accordance to the law. This training empowers professionals to engage community stakeholders and leaders to ensure that protection and prevention are top priorities by creating new strategies for prevention among Youth Serving Organizations.
Suggested Session Track: Advocacy & Communications 

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Drew Fidler

Policy and Program Development Manager & Forensic Interviewer, Baltimore Child Abuse Center
Drew Fidler, LCSW-C, joined Baltimore Child Abuse Center as a Forensic Interviewer in September 2012 and in April 2015 was promoted to Policy and Program Development Manager. As Policy and Program Development Manager, Drew works with youth serving organizations to analyze their systems relating to protecting youth, conducts trainings, and creates programs for organizations. Drew has trained over 500 professionals on how to protect children and... Read More →
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Adam Rosenberg

Executive Director, Baltimore Child Abuse Center
As head of Baltimore Child Abuse Center, Adam Rosenberg brings his passion for community development and background in law and not for profit management to protect children from abuse and trauma. A graduate of Cornell University and the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, Mr. Rosenberg prosecuted hundreds of domestic abusers, sex offenders, and child predators for the City of Baltimore. He became BCAC’s Executive Director in 2008... Read More →

Tuesday June 7, 2016 11:15am - 12:45pm
Meeting Room 16 Renaissance Washington DC Hotel

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