Evelyn Frankford builds on years of experience in inter-agency strategic public policy planning and execution, technical assistance and capacity-building, and government relations to help organizations translate complex policy goals and research into effective action on behalf of young people.
Mental health, health, public education, workforce development, and human services policy and program leaders are experiencing structural change. They want better outcomes for the young people their systems are responsible for, as this recent article describes.
Evelyn’s creative approaches in the mental health and human development fields emphasize greater collaboration across disciplines and systems and navigating financing challenges.
Her special skill is engaging diverse stakeholders to advance and implement complex, multi-agency initiatives, with a view toward moving disparate programs toward sustainability. Her practical “how-to-do-it” skills help organizations achieve such goals.