Icelynn is responsible for developing universal quality improvement plans for all funded programs, which include the integration of quality improvement processes and tools for our partners in Maternal, Infant and Early Childhood Home Visiting (MIECHV) program models, the Strengthening Families Program, and Triple P (Positive Parenting Program). She also works closely with Children’s Trust staff to coordinate and collaborate on trainings, data collection, and reporting activities. She is trained in multiple home visiting models, including Parents As Teachers, Nurse-Family Partnership and Healthy Families America, where she is a peer reviewer. She also is trained in the Institute for Healthcare Improvement Breakthrough Series Collaborative Model and has achieved Lean Six Sigma certification to help streamline the collaborative work of South Carolina’s home visiting system. Icelynn convenes the South Carolina Home Visiting Consortium, whose mission is to coordinate, promote, and advocate for home visiting efforts that support children and families in our state. She holds dual degrees from the College of Charleston in corporate communication and sociology. She earned her master’s of social work from the University of South Carolina. She’s currently pursuing her LISW-CP.