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Champion for Child Well-Being

Each year, the Arizona State University Center for Child Well-Being recognizes individuals who have demonstrated dedication and commitment to ensuring that children are living in safe, supportive, and nurturing communities. The purpose of the Champion for Child Well-Being award is to recognize contributions made to children living throughout the United States, whether it is through the individual’s professional employment, volunteer work, or advocacy.

To nominate a Champion for Child Well-Being, please fill out the short nomination form using the button below.

Nominate a Champion

Past Honorees:

Image of Ryan Young Youth Empowerment Council President,  Arizona Department  of Child Safety, Champion for Child Well-Being

2022:
Ryan Young 
Youth Empowerment Council President,
Arizona Department of Child Safety

Image of Sandra Barnhill Executive Director,  Foreverfamily, Champion for Child Well-Being

2022:
Sandra Barnhil
Executive Director, Foreverfamily

 

 

 

 

 



 

 

Arizona State University, ASU, #1Innovation, Incarceration, children of incarcerated parents, BLM, social justice, incarceration rates, incarceration disparity, caring for a child whose parent is incarcerated

2021:
Ann Adalist-Estrin 
Director of NRCCFI at Rutgers University
Camden New Jersey

Arizona State University, ASU, #1Innovation, Incarceration, children of incarcerated parents, BLM, social justice, incarceration rates, incarceration disparity, caring for a child whose parent is incarcerated

2021:
Ebony Underwood
Founder, We Got Us Now

 

 

 

 

 


  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

Champion for Child Well Being, CIP2019, ASU, #1Innovation

2019:
Sister Teresa Fitzgerald
Hour Children

Champion for Child Well Being, CIP2019, ASU, #1Innovation

2019:
Bill Owsley
Office of the Legal Advocate,
Maricopa County

 

 

 

 

 

 



 

 

 

 

 

 

   

 

2018:
Robert O. Carr
CEO of Give Something Back

2018:
Carol Fennelly
Director of Hope House DC