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"...A valuable resource for anyone interested in creating effective strategies for child advocacy." -- John R. Burbank, Executive Director, Economic Opportunity Institute

"...here's a valuable book that makes it clear what we need to do and how to do it." -- David Lawrence Jr., President, The Early Childhood Initiative Foundation

"Thanks to this collection of outstanding essays, we now know a lot more about child advocacy." -- Jeffrey M. Berry, Tufts University

About the Author

Carol J. De Vita is a senior research associate in the Center on Nonprofits and Philanthropy at the Urban Institute. She served as principal investigator for the Roles of Child Advocacy Organizations in Addressing Policy Issues and directs research on nonprofit organizations in low-income neighborhoods of the District of Columbia. Previously, Dr. De Vita was a senior demographer at the Population Reference Bureau, where she directed the data collection for the annual KIDS COUNT Data Book, produced by the Annie E. Casey Foundation.

Rachel Mosher-Williams is a research associate in the Center on Nonprofits and Philanthropy at the Urban Institute. She was the project manager for The Roles of Child Advocacy Organizations in Addressing Policy Issues, the Urban Institute conference on which this book is based. She is currently conducting a three-year evaluation of the Foundation Media Relations Project. Prior to joining the Center, Ms. Mosher-Williams was the editor in chief of The George Washington University's journal of public administration and a program associate at the National Council of Nonprofit Associations (NCNA).

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