Introduction to Data-Driven Evaluation

How do you know for sure that your organization is impacting the community and fulfilling its mission? Collecting and evaluating data is the first step. Join YNPNdc and Evaluate for Change for an interactive and hands-on training for beginning methods to measure your impact.

This training is ideal for nonprofit professionals with little to no experience using data. The two hours will focus on three basic evaluation and data topics: Obtaining Agency Buy-in, Evaluation Cycle Basics, and Logic Models. 

Event Ticket: $20

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About the Presenters

Amanda Babine
Director, Evaluate for Change
Amanda BabineAmanda is the Director of Evaluate for Change, a program evaluation company that provides program evaluation trainings exclusively to nonprofits. She has worked in the nonprofit field in both a direct practice and research capacity. For that past few years, Amanda has evaluated large citywide programs working at Columbia University and the City University of New York (CUNY). Before transitioning into a more quantitative role, she worked at the Center for the Study of Social Policy developing a youth well-being framework while conducting Participatory Action Research (PAR) with marginalized communities throughout New York City. Amanda holds a Master's Degree in Public Policy and Social Work from Columbia University.

Molly de Marcellus
Trainer, Evaluate for Change
Molly de MarcellusMolly de Marcellus is an independent evaluator with a background in community development and natural resources management. She has seen how problem assessment, project design, and project implementation, are all greatly strengthened and more effective when all stakeholders are well-versed in monitoring and evaluation methodologies and approach their work through that lens. Prior to working to make her community more pedestrian- and bicycle-friendly, she oversaw performance measurement reporting for roughly 200 nonprofit grantees throughout Appalachia for the Appalachian Regional Commission, and she spent 13 years in international development, living and working in Latin America, the former Soviet Union, Africa, and Asia. She holds a B.A. in Sociology from the College of William and Mary, and a Masters in Planning in Urban and Environmental Planning from the University of Virginia.

 

 

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