Sarina Bishop, MSW, received her Master’s in Social Work from Temple University. She is a lead training specialist with the National Center for Evidence-Based Practice in Child Welfare. For the last sixteen years she has worked for Children and Youth services in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. During her time there, Sarina held positions as: both a caseworker and supervisor of direct service; the Project Director for a Federal Systems of Care Grant intended to improve outcomes in Child Welfare; and most recently as a Program Specialist. In this latest role, she was overseeing contracted prevention programs, and was the Educational Liaison to all of the school districts in Dauphin County (Harrisburg). She also served as the liaison for the Child Welfare Education for Baccalaureates and Leadership programs. Throughout her career, Mrs. Bishop has gained extensive experience training, facilitating and coaching child-serving professionals and community members residing in Dauphin County and throughout Pennsylvania. She has trained on various topics and curricula including Family Group Conferencing, Cultural Competence, Strength-based Family Worker training and Bridges out of Poverty.