On Thursday, March 2, Senator Sal DiDomenico will host a legislative briefing on behalf of the Senate Kids First Working Group with the Massachusetts Two Generations Disrupting Poverty Coalition to educate legislators on emerging trends in programs and policies that focus on two-generational strategies and why they are necessary to disrupt the cycle of poverty. The session will include remarks from Yvette Sanchez-Fuentes, Assistant Director for Policy, Ascend at the Aspen Institute and former Director of Head Start in the Department of Health & Human Services; Charles E. Carter, Deputy Director and Chief Strategy Officer, Center on the Developing Child, Harvard University; and a panel discussion of parent participants will share personal stories about the value of Two-Gen programming to improve outcomes for low-income children and parents in Massachusetts.