Interviews and discussions with Human Services professionals and other stakeholders. Recorded on location and meetings and events around the world. All the music contained in the podcast is used by permission and is written and performed by Joe Mamlin.
In this episode, Tim Lightner welcomes Maureen Leif, David Ramm and Joe Mamlin for a conversation about working from home. They share not only some tips and ideas about how to make your work more productive, but also talk about managing from home and how they interact with each other in this new remote environment.
Tim Lightner has a conversation with Larry Ashbridge, the Chief of Child Support Enforcement Probation Services from the State of New Jersey. They discuss what New Jersey is doing to assist parents who are in the probation system with child support obligations. The also talk about the “new normal” of conducting business during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tim Lightner speaks with Nathan Hartell and Bruce Wagner - from the Riverside County Child Support Office, and hosts of the podcast Riverside County Child Support Service's Coffee Break. If you haven't heard their show, we encourage you to check it out.
Tim Lightner has a conversation with Judith Green, Paul Garcia and Kevin Sangrung of the LA County Child Support Services, Office of Innovation. They talk about how they wound up working for the LA County Child Support department, how the office of Innovation got started, and what they are doing to bring meaningful innovation to the program in Los Angeles.
Part one of our three part series done in conjunction with the CSQ. Ellen Rutledge hosts a series of conversations with Kim Newsom Bridges, Jennifer Coultas and Mike Moreno about Work Life Balance to coincide with their blog post articles in the NCSEA CSQ. Part 1 is focused on the role of Communication.
Diane Potts has a conversation over lunch with Eastern Regional Interstate Child Support Association (ERICSA) President, Patrick Quinn. They talk about Patrick’s presidency year, what ERICSA is doing, last year’s conference and the planning for the 2020 Annual Conference (which has been rescheduled to November 17 – 21). Get to know your ERICSA President, his child support career and more about the Allegheny County (Pittsburgh), PA child support program.
In this episode, Tim Lightner has a conversation with Cheng Yu Hou from the Los Angeles County Child Support Services Department, Office of Inclusion, Diversity and Belonging. They talk about engagement and promoting diversity and inclusion in the workplace and in our community.
Today’s episode is hosted by Alisha Griffin leading an International Child Support Round Table with representatives from Brazil (Arnaldo José Alves Silveira, General Coordinator, General Coordination for International Legal Cooperation, Department of Assets Recovery and International Legal Cooperation, National Secretariat of Justice, Ministry of Justice and Public Security & Leonardo Magalhães, Federal Public Defender at the Public Defender’s Office), Norway (Floor de Jongh Bekkali, Head of Department, NAV Family Benefits and Pensions Child Support), the Hague Permanent Bureau (Philippe Lortie, First Secretary, HCCH), The State of California (Kristen Donadee, Chief Attorney, California DCSS), and The United States (Anne Miller, Senior Policy Specialist, United States Office of Child Support Enforcement). They discuss the Hague Convention, how the implementation has gone over the past few years and other things they are doing to improve child support services and cooperation across the globe.
Pat O'Donnell has a conversation with this year's NCSEA-U Instructors Erin Frisch and Wally McClure. They talk about the purpose of the program, their own career journey and how developing leadership among Child Support professionals improves services to families.
In this episode, Tim Lightner, Lori Rummage-Cain and Pat O'Donnell have a conversation with NCSEA Policy Forum Co Chairs Lyndsy Irwin and Carla West. They talk about what to expect at the upcoming event, highlight some of the sessions and discuss the work that went into putting the conference together.
The last of our 4 part series recorded on location at the NCSEA Leadership Symposium in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Hosted by Tim Lightner and Lori Rummage Cain, a conversation with Tish Keahna of the National Tribal Child Support Association.
Part 3 of our 4 part series recorded on location at the NCSEA Leadership Symposium in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Hosted by Tim Lightner and is a conversation with NCSEA’s Co-Chairs of the NCSEA-U Committee, Lynda Rhyne-McKinley and Scott Cade. They will be discussing the NCSEA U Program, the goals, origins and where it’s going in the future.
The next three episodes were recorded on location at the NCSEA Policy Forum in early February in Washington DC. In this episode, Maureen Leif, Tim Lightner and Judith Green have a conversation with Dr. Steven Golightly about his career, the future of the program and developing leaders for tomorrow.
In this episode Kennetha Julien speaks with WICSEC President Maureen Leif about their upcoming conference, how WICSEC and NCSEA support each other, fun things to do in Omaha and what to wear to a tailgate party.
Today’s episode features Lori Rummage Cain on location in our nation’s capital at the Multi State Jurisdictional Meeting which included about 100 participants from from Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia as well as representatives from the Federal Office of Child Support.
This is the third and final episode in the series recorded at the Ohio Child Support Director's Association Spring conference. This episode features Deborah Watkins, the OCSS Director and Tiffany Dobbins-Brazelton, the Deputy Director of Continuous Quality Improvement and Innovation for the Cuyahoga County Child Support agency.
This is the second of three episodes recorded on location at the Ohio Child Support Director's Conference. This episode features an interview with Susan Brown, Bill Peltcs, Cassie Young and Christy Nichols from the Franklin County Child Support Agency.
The next three episodes were recorded on location at the Ohio Child Support Directors' Association Spring Conference in Columbus Ohio. We interviewed leaders from 3 Ohio counties to discuss their grant programs related to Behavioral Intervention and Procedural Justice. Episode 3 features an interview with Rob Pierson from Stark County Ohio.
Discussions and interviews with human service professionals recorded on location at conferences and forums around the world. The first episode was recorded at the 2018 NCSEA Policy Forum in Washington DC, and includes interviews with Alisha Griffin, an independent consultant and former Child Support Director in New Jersey and California, and Robert Doar, Morgridge Fellow in Poverty Studies at the American Enterprise Institute.