Jaclyn Szrom, MPA, is a Senior Policy Analyst for the National Infant-Toddler Court Program (ITCP) at ZERO TO THREE.
Ms. Szrom has worked with ZERO TO THREE for many years, utilizing her research and analysis skills to support implementation of best practices for infants and toddlers. As Senior Federal Policy Analyst, Ms. Szrom played an integral role in developing a child welfare policy agenda and writing key supporting resources. Later, Ms. Szrom worked on conducting data analysis and trends, developing a decision-making framework for selecting evidence-based interventions, and overall policy and sustainability for the Infant-Toddler Court Program. Earlier in her career, Ms. Szrom worked at the Child Nutrition Division of the Food and Nutrition Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture, where she interpreted policy, provided technical assistance to regional and state offices, and conducted site visits around the country as part of the USDA Farm to School Team supporting states in innovating their efforts to purchase school meals from local farms. Ms. Szrom holds a Master of Public Administration from The Maxwell School at Syracuse University and a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies from The College of New Jersey.