Supporting LBGTQIA+ Children and Families in the USA, featuring Amara
In this podcast Amanda Griffith, CEO at Family for Every Child, is joined by Nicole Mazen, Chief Program and Policy Officer at Amara.
Amara is an organisation that supports children and families who are impacted by foster care or adoption in the greater Seattle area in the United States of America. Amara’s focus is on meeting the needs of those who are most impacted including Black and Indigenous children and families, low-income and LGBTQIA+ communities.
Amanda and Nicole discuss how to imbed inclusive practices within an organisation. How to make feedback count and why sometimes something as simple as a form really, really matters.
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