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Sunday, June 21 • 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Juvenille Justice Forum

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Erin Jones

Teacher Trainer Public Speaker  

Erin Jones has been involved in education for the past 23 years. She has taught in a variety of environments, from predominantly African American to predominantly Caucasian to some of the most diverse communities in the nation. Erin received an award as the Most Innovative Foreign Language Teacher in 2007, while working at Stewart Middle School in Tacoma and was the Washington State Milken Educator of the Year in 2008 while teaching at Rogers High School in Spokane. She received recognition at the White House in March of 2013 as a "Champion of Change." Erin recently transitioned from Director of Equity and Achievement in Federal Way to Director of AVID in Tacoma. She has one high school senior who attends Timberline High School, two children in college, and a husband, James, who is also an educator.

 

Marcus Stubblefield 
Program Manager, Systems Integration Coordinator for King County“This multi-agency consortium works to create a more coordinated and effective response for youth and families involved in the juvenile justice, child welfare, behavioral health, and educational systems.”  

Marcus Stubblefield
Program Manager, Systems Integration Coordinator for King County’s Office of Performance, Strategy and Budget.  King County’s Systems Integration Initiative is a consortium of local and state youth serving agencies.  This multi-agency consortium works to create a more coordinated and effective response for youth and families involved in the juvenile justice, child welfare, behavioral health, and educational systems.  Marcus serves as the primary point person and is responsible for overall management, organization, and advancement of the goals and daily work associated with implementing the  Strategic Plan.  Another critical component of Mr. Stubblefield’s position involves facilitating community partnerships primarily with youth, parents/guardians, and other key stakeholders.  He also actively coordinates and collaborates with his counterparts - other County, statewide and national Systems Integration Coordinators and system personnel. 

Terrell Dorsey, King County 180

The 180 Program utilizes the power of the Prosecuting Attorney's Office and the personal connection of their communities in a unique collaboration to reduce ongoing crime, save county resources and invest in the positive aspects of a future generation.   UNLEASH THE BRILLIANCE (UTB) is a vibrant and exciting group that offers an amazing alternative to truancy, bullying, 




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Erin Jones

Published on May 31, 2013 Erin Jones, Federal Way Public Schools' Director of Equity and Achievement, spoke at the Saturday morning General Voting Session. Prior to joining Federal Way Public Schools, she served as Assistant Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI). In addition... Read More →



Sunday June 21, 2015 12:00pm - 1:00pm PDT
Armory Upstairs Seattle Center

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