The Maxine Clark and Bob Fox Policy Institute at the Brown School officially launched on April 19, 2017. The launch event, “Amplifying Impact: Launching a Platform for Connecting Evidence to Policy,” featured an outstanding slate of speakers who highlighted the importance of using evidence-informed policy to improve the lives of children, youth and the adults who care for them. A full news story is available here. To access a video recording of the launch, please click here.
The Clark-Fox Policy Institute leadership team would like to extend its warmest thanks and gratitude to all those who attended, and especially to those who contributed to the launch, including: Maxine Clark and Bob Fox; Provost Holden Thorp; Bethany Johnson-Javois; Jeanette Mott Oxford; Jason Purnell; JaLisa Wines; Better Family Life’s Kuumba Youth Performance Ensemble, the Clark-Fox Policy Institute Advisory Committee; Alumni & Development; Washington University; and all of the students, staff, and faculty at the Brown School who supported the event.
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Bethany Johnson-Javois, CEO OF THE ST. LOUIS INTEGRATED HEALTH NETWORK (MISTRESS OF CEREMONIES)
JaLisa Wines, BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS OF GREATER ST. LOUIS’ YOUTH OF THE YEAR
Jason Purnell, DIRECTOR, FOR THE SAKE OF ALL & ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Jeanette Mott Oxford, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, EMPOWER MISSOURI