Liz Squibb is a Senior Associate at the Center for the Study of Social Policy (CSSP). In this role, she focuses on bringing together older youth in the child-welfare system and CSSP staff, community organizations and leaders to design and implement meaningful, anti-racist supports for transition age youth. The aim is to drastically change the systemic challenges that youth—specifically older youth of color—who are or have been involved with the foster care system experience.
Liz does this work because she believes that working in tandem with the young people most impacted by the foster care system will give us the space to develop intentional, authentic, and anti-racist policy strategies that dismantle racist systems and truly support older youth.
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