Allegra Henry has over 10 years of experience working in various roles throughout child welfare and human services. Prior to coming to APHSA, Allegra transformed an intake training program into an agency-wide coaching, professional development, and training program in the most populated county in Colorado. Through this cross-functional program she provided one-to-one coaching for leadership and staff, team building, resilience work, courageous conversations, and created strategies to retain staff through increased job satisfaction in human services. She was an active member of the Quality Assurance team, where she brought continuous improvement to policies and practices. Through the Colorado Child Welfare Training System, she completed the Co-Active Coaches Program, the Dare to Lead Leadership Program, and collaborated with coaches across the state through The Kempe Center. In addition, she held roles working in residential treatment, human trafficking, child protective services casework, and child advocacy. She started her journey receiving her Bachelor’s in Social Work from Evangel University with honors.