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Why Attend EMWB 2024?

Shape the Future of Human Services

At the annual Economic Mobility & Well-Being Conference (EMWB) produced by the American Public Human Services Association (APHSA), we will bring together opportunities to advance solutions within and across the public and private sectors. The EMWB conference is jointly hosted by three APHSA affinity groups: the American Association of SNAP Directors (AASD), the National Association for Program Information and Performance Measurement (NAPIPM), and the National Association of State TANF Administrators (NASTA).

 

Our EMWB annual conference brings together those committed to providing and improving human services programs. It is designed to assist human services leaders, policymakers, and researchers in shaping the future of human services programs through collaboration, integration, and
modernization, as well as guidance on how best to monitor quality control and performance management. By bringing policy, practice, research, and a wide array of programs together, we aim to advance our collective goal of assisting all in the achievement of economic mobility and well-being.

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Who Attends?

2022 EMWB Attendees by Sector

Public Agency: State

Public Agency: Local

Public Agency: Federal

Private Sector: For-profit Organizations

Non-profit Organizations/Community-Based Organizations

Academia Research Organizations

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Top 5 Reasons to Attend
  1. Enjoy the cross-program design with subject matter experts.

  2. Convene in person with peers from across the nation.

  3. Learn about innovations from other states & partners.

  4. Look forward to the future and plan our next steps.

  5. Recharge & Reconnect to the good work you are doing!

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About APHSA

The American Public Human Services Association (APHSA) supports leaders from state, county, and city human services agencies to advance the well-being of individuals, families, and communities nationwide. As a bipartisan membership association, we work with our members to generate pragmatic solutions grounded in lived experience with a lens for equity and belonging.

APHSA members administer, oversee, and align programs that build resilience and bolster family well-being through access to food, health care, housing, employment, child care, and many other key building blocks necessary for thriving communities. Our members also work to modernize and align human services Information Technology (IT) systems, performance measurement and data analysis, workforce development and training, and the legal dimensions of the sector.

Our Vision

A nation of thriving communities built on human potential.

Dedicated to public service and the common good, our members build well-being from the ground up so that everyone can thrive.

Our Mission

Influence, Build, Connect

In partnership with our members, we influence modern approaches to sound policy, build the capacity of public agencies to enable healthy families and communities, and connect leaders to accelerate learning and generate practical solutions together.