This presentation touches on the ethical considerations of recruiting families for children who come from hard places. How do you advocate for children who have experienced trauma and need special care without exploiting their pain and circumstances? How do you find families who understand the scale and scope of parenting a child who has suffered trauma?
Vice President of Communications, Gladney Center for Adoption
Jennifer Lanter provides a unique and engaging perspective on the subject of adoption and has worked in the adoption field for over 16 years. In addition to her professional experience with adoption, Jennifer and her family adopted a precious little boy 10 years ago. As a Fort Worth native, Jennifer received a Bachelor of Arts in communication from the University of Texas in Arlington. She began her career at the Gladney Center and has since dedicated her career to creating bright futures through the miracle of adoption.
Jennifer has extensive media experience and has worked with People magazine, Oprah Winfrey Network, Lifetime, MTV, Washington Post, New York Times, and several other media outlets. Jennifer is passionate about public speaking and loves the message of hope and adoption across the world.
This session was recorded as part of the Virtual National Adoption Conference in June 2020. You may register to take this session as a stand-alone course for $10, or as a bundle of six sessions from the conference for $50.
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A training certificate will be issued upon completion of this session. CEU credits were only awarded to those who joined the webinar live.
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|Honestly and Transparently Advocating for Children from Hard Places: Ethically Recruiting Families for Children|
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