Local Children's Cabinet Network Request for Information & Contact Form
The Local Children’s Cabinet Network is a national network of community leaders working to improve the coordination of child- and youth-serving agencies and initiatives in their localities through the use of a “children’s cabinet” or equivalent policy coordinating body.

Children’s cabinets are convened in states and localities across the country as forums for increasing the efficiency and effectiveness of government efforts to improve child and youth outcomes. In this network, members will be able to learn from both experts and one another about children’s cabinets as a tool for improving both systems-level governance and population-level outcomes. Network members will have access to expert panels and round-table discussions, peer networking opportunities, and exclusive resources, publications, and tools, and in-person convenings (Please note, for the time being, convenings will be virtual due to COVID-19).

If you are interested in joining the network or have additional questions, please click here to complete a short contact form and we will contact you with more information. Please note that there is no fee to join this network thanks to the Forum for Youth Investment, Children's Funding Project, and the Education Redesign Lab at Harvard Graduate School of Education.
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First Name *
Last Name *
Email *
Job Role and Organization *
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What draws you to the Local Children's Cabinet Network? Do you have a Children's Cabinet or similar coordinating body? *
What questions do you have about the Children's Cabinet? *
What are some national affiliate organizations? *
If you do not have a Children's Cabinet, are you interested in creating one?
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