Jenny King is a Program Manager for Training at North Carolina State’s Center for Family and Community Engagement. She has been an employee at the center since 2006. During her time at the center, she has managed a training and technical assistance program as part of the center’s work with the North Carolina Division of Social Services. As part of this work, she has over 15 years experience delivering in-person and online professional training and technical assistance to child welfare professionals, community partners, students, and child and youth-serving agencies across the state. Her training experience includes family group decision, family preservation, family support services, cultural safety, military-connected families, and facilitation of group processes. Additionally, Jenny has experience engaging with learning management systems, coordination and delivery of technical assistance offerings, professional presentations at both the state and national level, and supervision.
Throughout her career, Jenny has worked for the betterment of service delivery and practice for children, families, and youth. She has experience with serving families and children/youth connected to both the juvenile justice system and child welfare systems. Additionally, she has professional experience supporting the implementation of family engagement within the state of North Carolina, implementation of the Annie E. Casey Family to Family program, facilitating family meetings, and building partnerships and resources within communities. Jenny desires to continue to advocate and engage in training, partnerships, and education programming that support building safe, healthy, and productive families and communities.
B.S. Family and Consumer Sciences Central Washington University 1997
M.S. Management Troy University 2012