Someone asked me recently what I will miss the most about my time at the Foundation. Beyond the shadow of a doubt, I will miss the relationships and communities we have built together.
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Vivian Tseng is an author on 9 blog posts and 4 publications, and is mentioned in 1 publication, 3 webinars, and 1 news article.
Vivian Tseng is a former Senior Vice President at the William T. Grant Foundation, where she led the Foundation’s grantmaking programs and initiatives to connect research, policy, and practice to improve child and youth outcomes. In 2009, she launched the Foundation’s focus on the use of research evidence in policy and practice. She also designed the Foundation’s support for research-practice partnerships and helped developed an array of field-defining resources and a learning community of research-practice partnerships across the country. With Angela Bednarek and Annete Boaz, Vivian also helped create the Transforming Evidence Network, which aims to create opportunities for researchers, funders, practitioners, and decision-makers to collaborate toward improving the use of research evidence across fields and sectors.