A look into the history of the child support program.
The upcoming NCSEA Web Talk will offer significant insight into the history of the child support program. Public Knowledge® management consultant, Meg Haynes, has played a substantial role in shaping the program into what it is today and will be a featured panelist in the next episode of the ongoing series.
A Journey Through the History of the Child Support Program
Thursday, November 17, 2022
12:00 pm MT
To better understand how we proceed in the future, we have to look to the past. This upcoming National Child Support Enforcement Association (NCSEA) Web Talk centers around the history of the child support program. It features a panel of experts who have been involved with child support since the program’s early years. Meg, alongside Vernon Drew and Margot Bean, will discuss the evolution of child support laws, policies, and case processing. Beginning with the legislation that created the Title IV-D program, Meg and her co-panelists will review significant changes and improvements since its creation.
Join this insightful conversation with three long-standing participants in the program and NCSEA.
- Margaret (Meg) Campbell Haynes, Management Consultant, Public Knowledge®
- Margot Bean, Managing Director, Deloitte Consulting LLP
- Vernon Drew, former President of the Center for the Support of Families, Division of SLI Global Solutions LLC
Meg’s Vast Experience in the Child Support Program
Meg is a nationally recognized attorney with over 35 years of experience in child support, specializing in interstate and international child support issues. Her decades of significant contributions to intergovernmental child support have been recognized by awards from the federal Office of Child Support Enforcement, the National Child Support Enforcement Association, and the Eastern Regional Interstate Child Support Association.
- Served as a member of the U.S. delegation that negotiated the 2007 Hague Child Support Convention and currently represents NCSEA as co-chair of the Forms Working Group. This group developed mandatory and recommended forms for use in processing cases under the Convention and reviews the need for new recommended forms.
- Was an official observer to the Uniform Interstate Family Support Act (UIFSA) Drafting Committee of the Uniform Law Commissioners and participated in the Act’s drafting from 1990 to 2008.
- Served as chair of the U.S. Commission on Interstate Child Support from 1990-1992. Its report to Congress resulted in a major reform to child support laws in the United States.