Public Knowledge® is a proud member of the National Child Support Enforcement Association and was honored to participate in the 2021 Policy Forum!
This annual event, which normally is held in Washington D.C., was attended virtually by over 700 child support professionals across the United States from February 23 – March 3, 2021. This year’s event “Moving Towards Equity Through Policy” was devoted to diversity, equity, and inclusion issues.
During the Forum, Diane Potts kicked-off the second session on Day One introducing our firm’s new branding to the Child Support Professionals. On day two, Diane presented the Legislative Update, which highlighted the important child support legislation that will be introduced this year. On Day Three, Kathy Sokolik took the stage at the Meet the NCSEA Board of Directors event where she shared her new role with Public Knowledge® and our gratitude to serve such an incredible profession.
On Day Five, Diane moderated one of the closing sessions, Eyes Wide Open: Identifying and Combating Child Support Program Barriers and Inequities, which she created and coordinated. The speakers included Diane’s former colleague, Judge Grace Dickler. She oversees 45 judges as Presiding Judge of the Domestic Relations Section in Chicago, Illinois. As well as Professor Tonya Brito, the Jefferson Burrus-Bascom Professor at the University of Wisconsin Law School.