Carrie Gould-Kabler is a Program Manager with the Families Blossom-Place Matters/Title IV-E Waiver Initiative and the Thrive@25 Project. Carrie has worked with various populations since beginning her social work career in 1999; including children, youth, families, dislocated workers, as well as health and mental health providers and community partners across the United States. Prior to joining the Institute, Carrie spent the last 12 years as the Director of Community Outreach for the Center for Public Service Communications (CPSC). In her time with CPSC she managed HealthReach, a database of culturally and linguistically appropriate health information used by providers with their Limited English Proficient (LEP) patients. Carrie also had the opportunity to design, and implement video interpretation projects in three US health care centers. Since 2012 Carrie has been a licensed Cultural Competency Trainer for The Cross Cultural Health Care Program in Seattle Washington. Carrie also served on the Talbot County Department of Social Services Advisory Board from 2010-2016, and was board chair from 2011-2015. She has a BSW and a minor in Women’s Studies from Virginia Commonwealth University and her MSW from Salisbury University.