Executive Vice President, Child, Family & Community Services
Jennifer Outlaw oversees a diverse portfolio of programs for children and families, providing a continuum of services that begins with expecting mothers and continues through young adulthood, with a triple focus on achieving improved outcomes in education, job security, and health and well-being. She is responsible for SCO’s early childhood, foster care, and juvenile justice programs, as well as a suite of community-based child welfare programs that include after school academic enrichment programs for working families and specialized high schools for struggling students. Additionally, Ms. Outlaw leads SCO’s care coordination programs, providing a curated, person-centered approach to accessing and managing medical, behavioral health, and related service needs of SCO’s clients.
A hands-on leader with over two decades of experience in healthcare, behavioral health and human services organizations, Jennifer previously worked for HeartShare St. Vincent’s Services where she most recently held the position of Senior Vice President of Integrated Health Services. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, an Adjunct Instructor at Silberman School of Social Work, Hunter College, and a Board Certified Care Manager and Certified Professional Coach. Jennifer received her undergraduate degree at Talladega College in Alabama and earned a Master of Social Work from New York University.
of students at Westbrook Preparatory School passed the Regents exam on the first try
of the young adults in our Scattered Site Supportive Housing program were gainfully employed, engaged in school, or both