Randall Baylor

Program Lead for Community Engagement, Early Childhood Innovation Network (ECIN)
Washington, District of Columbia

Randall Baylor is a Project Lead with Children’s National, as well as, a member of the Early Childhood Innovation Network (ECIN), Healthy Steps, and Child Health Advocacy Institute (CHAI) within Washington, DC. Randall specializes in care coordination, resource logistics, parent navigation, and specialty medical referrals mostly encompassing the reduction of adverse childhood experiences and social determinants of health through innovative and non-traditional informative approaches.

Mr. Baylor’s professional journey has been committed to working with marginalized children and adults through influential work within: Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), Youth and Adult Behavioral Health, and Child and Family Advocacy. As a lifetime Washingtonian this work has assisted in empowering District of Columbia residents with information to promote life enhancement. Currently, Mr. Baylor has orchestrated and managed the redesign of the early intervention referral system within Washington DC through strategic partnership and citywide collaboration.

Randall has developed a longstanding relationship with key stakeholders within the District of Columbia, including, but not limited to, and surrounding areas empowering and equipping District of Columbia residents with information and skills to succeed in life.

Stories featuring Randall Baylor

We are pleased to share Ascend at the Aspen Institute’s newest report – Reimagining Child Welfare and Realizing a Networked Approach to F...
PublicationApril 10, 2023
The COVID-19 pandemic has made more evident than ever the need to transform policies, practice, and systems to build upon the inherent resilience of f...
BlogDecember 9, 2020
As state and federal lawmakers prepare for the year ahead, more than 350 practice and community leaders, policymakers, researchers, and philanthropist...
BlogMarch 13, 2019

Convenings Featuring Randall Baylor

Location: Virtual & In-Person in Washington, DC
Over the course of two days, our discussions focused on bold, equitable, and pragmatic strategies for building prosperity and well-being for all families. Sessions include insights from the latest two-generation (2Gen) family data, examples of...
ConveningApril 11, 2023 – April 12, 2023
Location: Washington, DC & Virtual
Over the course of a year, leaders from across the country came together for the Aspen Two-Generation Prenatal to Three Learning and Action Community (2GP3 LAC). Today, you will hear key findings from their work and explore lessons for truly...
ConveningApril 12, 2023