Sarah Eagan was appointed by Governor Dannel Malloy to serve as Connecticut’s Child Advocate. As Child Advocate, Sarah sets priority reviews for the OCA and publishes information regarding the safety and well-being of children and recommendations for system reform. Prior to this appointment, Sarah served for several years as the Director of the Child Abuse Project at the Center for Children’s Advocacy in Hartford, Connecticut. During her years at the Center, Sarah provided legal representation to children and worked to ensure that abused, neglected or special-needs children receive the safety, emotional support, services and education that they need and deserve. As the State’s Child Advocate Sarah has participated in drafting and seeking passage of legal reforms to improve outcomes for vulnerable children, including improving services for children with developmental disabilities, reducing reliance on restraint and seclusion of children, and improving the safety net for abused and neglected children in foster care. She lives in West Hartford with her husband, Matt, and two children, Grace and Henry.
|ID||Event Name||Duration||Start Date|
|UE-003||Vegie Garden Wednesday Workshops||4 Hours||June 22, 2016|
|UE-004||Student Exchange Program Information Sessions||3 Days||June 20, 2016|