Evaluation plays a crucial role in grantmaking and philanthropy - but do your evaluation practices reflect and promote equity? Designed for grantmakers and philanthropic professionals, this one-day workshop will explore key issues, insights, and principles for bringing an equity lens to your evaluation processes.
*Completion of this webinar counts toward the CMF-Johnson Center Grantmaking Series Certificate of Completion - More Details
Teri Behrens, director, institute for foundation and donor learning, The Johnson Center for Philanthropy
Teresa (Teri) Behrens is the director of the Institute for Foundation and Donor Learning and editor in chief of The Foundation Review. The institute provides professional development resources for donors, foundation staff and those who work with them to implement programs. Behrens previously served as the director of evaluation for the W.K. Kellogg Foundation and consulted in program planning and evaluation. She was also a program officer for the Michigan Strategic Fund for the Michigan Department of Commerce. Behrens holds a doctorate in psychology from North Carolina State University and a bachelor's degree from Case Western Reserve University.
Jara Dean-Coffey, founder, Luminare Group
Jara has spent over 25 years working with leaders who hold one thing in common: a commitment to challenging themselves and their organizations to have transformative impact. Jara is passionate about elevating collective understanding of the relationship between values and evaluation and shifting practices so they are fully in service of stated aims. Jara reminds those who work with her that it is a joy and privilege to be of service, it takes us all to make this work and world a better place. The Luminare Group provides services and resources to organizations addressing disparity and structural barriers to equity.
CMF Members: $95
April 13, 2018
Cancellation Policy: No refunds are available after April 13, 2018