created at: 2010-11-10Posted by John Levy

On a miserable, cold, rainy day in November, over 100 people gathered at JF&CS for the inaugural meeting of the JF&CS Board of Advocates. Once we entered the building, the outside weather was replaced with a sunny warmth as past and present leaders of the agency, academic and policy experts, and people new to JF&CS mingled and shared ideas throughout the day. As co-chair of this new group, I was thrilled to be part of this inaugural event.

During my opening remarks I mentioned that even after more than a decade and a half of intensive involvement, JF&CS still continues to capture both my head and my heart.

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