helping systems keep kids safely with their families
(not from their families)
A child’s need for an uninterrupted sense of love and belonging is necessary for healthy development, however our current foster care system was not built on this foundation.
It’s time torebuildtogether.
Building your unsystem: the phases of change to primary prevention
A new way of work is emerging in child welfare, one that focuses on keeping families together. What's missing is HOW to do it. Alia has developed five (overlapping) phases of change to guide your shift toward primary prevention.
After Alia was recognized as a 2020 Best Place to Work, the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal confirmed what we already knew about our beloved CFO: He is the best! We are so proud to announce that Prem Suppogu was awarded CFO of the Year. His expertise in finance strategy runs as deep as his commitment to keeping kids safely connected with adults they know and love. Congrats, Prem!
Our CEO, Amelia Franck Meyer, was featured in the 2019 issue of BushMagazine! The article highlights the story of Amelia's journey and what motivates her to do this work, and how Alia works to transform the child welfare system to one that always preserves and strengthens family connections. Read the Bush Magazine article here.
People Magazine named our CEO, Amelia Franck Meyer, as one of their 25 Women Changing the World in 2018. Read People's exclusive article here.