Dr. Amy Dworsky is the Co-Principal Investigator of Activate. She oversees Chapin Hall’s contributions and provides oversight and guidance for Activate’s activities and planning. She is a nationally recognized expert on youth transitioning out of foster care, youth in foster care who are pregnant or parenting, and the nexus between homelessness and child welfare system involvement. Amy has studied and written about the sexual and reproductive health of youth in foster care, sexual and reproductive health training for child welfare workers and foster parents, youth in foster care who are pregnant or parenting, and pregnant or parenting youth experiencing homelessness. Amy was a member of the Illinois DCFS Pregnancy Prevention Workgroup and the National Advisory Committee for the Integration of Teen Pregnancy Prevention into State and Local Foster Care Systems. She is a faculty member of the Annie E. Casey Foundation’s Pregnancy Prevention and Parenting Support – Virtual Resource Center.