Ida Drury

Ida Drury

Ida Drury, MSW (U. of Colorado- Denver, Kempe Center), has over a decade of experience in child welfare, from frontline worker to state administration. She manages the development and statewide implementation of an individualized learning needs assessment for child welfare caseworkers. She is a coach and trainer in the Texas implementation of differential response, and leads constituency groups for CQI and data analysis for the Capacity Building Center for States. Her experience includes evaluation of a child maltreatment prevention program and an evaluation of the Kids Count grantee network for Annie E. Casey Foundation. Previously she served as a child welfare policy and research analyst for the Colorado Department of Human Services, was the QIC-DR site implementation director in Colorado, and assisted the Minnesota Child Welfare Training System with their plan for Organizational Effectiveness.