Speaker: Anne Bader-Martin, One Can Help
March 20 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm UTC
One Can Help provides the missing resources at-risk and foster children urgently need to improve their lives which are not available elsewhere. Their mission is to address the impact of poverty on children and families in the juvenile court system. Providing the individualized missing resources that are needed can ignite life changing impact for a largely underserved and mostly invisible population. One Can Help was created by juvenile court attorneys and social workers who saw that there was a lack of available resources and wanted to find a way to help their underresourced children have the chance to overcome poverty barriers preventing progress and success. Anne Bader-Martin has practiced juvenile and family law for more than twenty-five years. She has been heavily involved with One Can Help since its inception in 2006. Ms. Bader-Martin earned her bachelor’s degree in education from the University of Florida and her J.D. from New England School of Law after completing her final year at King’s College School of Law, London. She recently transitioned from her volunteer role with One Can Help into a part-time staff position as One Can Help’s Executive Director, as well as interim Chair of the Board. Ms. Bader-Martin thanks everyone involved with One Can Help, especially the founding Board members who helped move One Can Help from an idea into a reality.