Ken Schatz, head of Vermont’s Department for Children and Families, is Retiring

June 26, 2020: Ken Schatz, head of Vermont’s Department for Children and Families, is retiring this month after six years in the job. The Department for Children and Families is one of the largest departments in state government that oversees child protection services, the child care system, and economic benefits ranging from food access to home weatherization. Before heading up DCF, Schatz worked as General Counsel for the Agency of Human Services, a Burlington City Attorney, Deputy Defender General and a Juvenile Defender. Sean Brown, currently a Deputy Commissioner with DCF, will replace him.


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