Jeannie Bennett, MSW

Curriculum Developer
(360) 550-7474

Jeannie began her career in child welfare in 2002 with Children’s Administration. Over her 14+ years with the agency she held a variety of positions from child welfare and adoption line staff to supervising regional program managers and developed a passion for system improvements and training of the workforce. Jeannie served with the agency as a Lean Practitioner and worked on many projects for policy and practice improvements. Jeannie transitioned to the Partners for Our Children, as a Research Consultant and served as a continuous quality improvement expert for child welfare training programs through training evaluation. In her most recent role Jeannie served as a contractor for the federal government for the Child and Family Service Reviews and supported regional work with states in WA, OR, ID, and AK.

Jeannie has a Bachelor’s degree in Community Services from the Saint Martin’s University and an MSW from the University of Washington. Her passions within child welfare include: continuous quality improvement in child welfare, data informed supervisory practice, foster parent/caregiver support, permanency for families, trauma informed practice, and adolescent programs. She looks forward to supporting the workforce and caregivers through her collaboration in the development of training curriculum.

Jeannie Bennett, MSW

Curriculum Developer
(360) 550-7474