Collaboration: Breaking Down Silos and Building Networks to Support Military Families

 

About this Episode

This recording is of Jennifer Rea’s blog, Collaboration: Breaking Down Silos and Building Networks to Support Military Families.

As military service professionals we must re-think the way we work with Servicemembers and families.  No single individual, agency, or community is capable of addressing all military family life matters alone.  Becoming a collaborative professional, organization, and agency means breaking down siloes and building networks. Specifically, taking a “collaborative stance” involves bringing together all stakeholders to share voices and expertise—with the common goal of increasing outreach to support the well-being of military families.

Guest Bios

blog author pictureJennifer Rea, PhD is a military spouse to an Active Duty Marine. Jenny consults with the MFLN Family Transitions team to support professional development for military family service providers.

Additional materials

Blog- Collaboration: Breaking Down Silos and Building Networks to Support Military Families

 

This material is based on work supported by the National Institute of Food and Agriculture, U.S. Department of Agriculture, and the Office of Military Family Readiness Policy, U.S. Department of Defense Award Number 2015-48770-24368.

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