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National Safe Place - A Network to Help Children in Crisis

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Barbara Talisman CFRE

Barbara Talisman CFRE


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Laurie Jackson, Executive Director of National Safe Place will talk about how they engage nonprofit and for profit partners to create a national network to help children in danger. Through this collaboration, Safe Place provides access to immediate help and supportive resources for young people in crisis through a national network of sites sustained by qualified agencies, trained volunteers and businesses. At a time when national organizations are having challenges with their chapters, National Safe Place has created true partnerships that help children nationwide. Listen in to learn about their success and challenges. 20 minutes you can use. Join us live or download the podcast for your commute. Laurie Jackson is the Executive Director for National Safe Place. She joined the organization in June of 2010. Laurie has been active with Safe Place for over 15 years. She recently served as Associate Executive Director for Synergy Services, Inc. in Kansas City, Missouri. She was with Synergy Services, Inc. for 16 years and prior to that worked for several years with Cedars Youth Services in Lincoln, Nebraska. Ms. Jackson has been active with local, regional, state and national efforts in the areas of runaway and homeless youth, child welfare and domestic violence.