The GPA-National Capital Area chapter, in cooperation with the Foundation Center, is pleased to host this professional development workshop!
Tuesday, June 06, 2017 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm ET
1627 K Street NW, Third Floor
Washington, DC 20006-1708
Are you often asked by funders and board leadership about the success and impact of your nonprofit programs? Do you struggle with the best methods and approaches to gather data to appropriately and accurately assess the quality and effectiveness of your programs? This session will take a deeper dive into nonprofit evaluation to determine the best systems and tools to use to collect data on your programs, when to apply them and how to engage others in the process. Let's take the mystery of the evaluation measurement so that you develop a toolkit of resources that you can use immediately after attending this session.
About the Presenter:
Kevin Trimell Jones, MEd, MPH
For over 15 years, Kevin Jones has worked to build the capacity of residents, students, organizations and government stakeholders to design, implement and evaluate community-based strategies that make a profound influence on the communities that they serve. Currently serving as the Chief of Programs for the DC Promise Neighborhood Initiative, Kevin is responsible for identifying and nurturing program development opportunities. He places strong emphasis on the collection and analysis of data to drive strategy. From the identification of service gaps, to the building of strategic partnerships, Kevin’s leadership ensures the quality and timely delivery of all DCPNI programs.