“New Ideas Solving Old Problems – How Innovation is Serving Children”

November 9, 2017
Washington, D.C.

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$250 per person includes admission to the one-day conference, lunch and gala dinner

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Thank you for your interest in joining us for our Global Child Protector Conference. The objective of the Both Ends Burning Foundation is to expand child welfare programs to include and prioritize family based outcomes for vulnerable children.

We are pleased to welcome members of the United States government, leaders of non-governmental organizations, child development experts and our global working group of international child welfare officials to this conference. Our conference will offer insight and perspective from entrepreneurial visionaries using new strategies and methods to solve old problems.

The format for the one-day conference is our version of TED Talks – focused on improving the lives of children. View the list of featured speakers and participating organizations scheduled to share their innovative ideas by clicking the link above.

This one-day Global Child Protector Conference will be held at The Mayflower Hotel following our Both Ends Burning high-impact two-day global symposium. Following the interactive presentations, we will celebrate new ideas and opportunities with a gala dinner and presentation of this year’s Global Child Protector award. Olympic Gold Medalist Dan O’Brien will present the award to an individual who has taken bold and courageous steps to better serve children. The gala will also include presentations by writer Mitch Albom and others.

We are encouraged by the extraordinary progress we have made since our last symposium. Together we are making our shared vision of family-based solutions for vulnerable children a reality.

We hope you can join us in Washington, D.C., for this landmark conference.

Craig Juntunen

Founder, Both Ends Burning

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For questions, please email Cheryl Bochner, Conference Chairperson, or call 1-877-908-5161.