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Cindy Carraway-Wilson

Cindy Carraway-Wilson has over 20 years of experience in the child, youth and family services field. She has extensive experience in program evaluation and outcome measurement, and trains on a variety of topics.   Read More »

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Deborah Fisher

Deborah is a trainer with Bolster Collaborative as well as a writer and consultant on children and family issues, specializing in Developmental Assets® and positive youth development. Read More & See Video »

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Anna Nelson

Anna has dedicated her career to serving youth, their families and communities with experience in both direct practice and policy development. Her professional emphases are youth and community engagement, violence prevention, gender-responsive, culturally-relevant service systems development, and policy transformation. Read More »

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Roberto Rivera

Roberto Rivera is an artist, educator, and change agent who specializes in applying best practices in engaging youth using practical and relevant methods. He is also the President and Lead Change Agent of The Good Life Alliance PBC. Read More & See Video »

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H. Clay Roberts

As an entrepreneur, author, consultant, and national speaker, Clay has provided recommendations for asset development training, consulting and technical assistance; conducted studies on asset development in education; and completed a book and video about asset development in education. Read More & See Video »

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Hector Sapien

Hector is a clinical social worker and certified CYC in private practice in Maine. He is an adjunct faculty with the University of Maine at Augusta, a senior trainer for the Academy of Competent Youth Work. Read More »

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Erin Walsh

Erin is a popular, dynamic, knowledgeable speaker and trainer. Whether keynoting professional conferences, or speaking with groups of parents or youth, Erin combines the latest research with warmth, humor and practical advice. Read More & See Video »

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