Scale, replicate, grow… if only it were that easy. While social change investors constantly strive to scale up models for greater impact, the reality is far more complex given the uniqueness of varying local contexts. Join us for a discussion on how research and data can help inform if, when, and how to scale programs and interventions, and hear essential learnings from peers who have been on a scaling journey.
The CMF-JCP Grantmaking Series is a program offering made possible through an agreement between The Council of Michigan Foundations and the Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy.
* Completion of this webinar will count toward the 2016 CMF-JCP Grantmaking Series Certificate of Completion - More Details
executive director, Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy
Kyle Caldwell is the executive director of the Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy, one of the nation’s largest centers on philanthropy, at Grand Valley State University. Kyle has led organizations in government, nonprofit and philanthropic sectors. Recently, he served as the Director for the Pathways to Opportunity Program at the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation. He serves on several national boards including Points of Light, Independent Sector, Nonprofit Votes, and chair of the National Council of Nonprofits. In Michigan, Kyle serves as a member of the Michigan Community Service Commission and co-chair of the Council of Michigan Foundations’ Public Policy Committee.
director, New Mexico program team, W.K. Kellogg Foundation
As director of the New Mexico program team, Kara serves as a convener, collaborator and catalyst, responsible for program conceptualization, design, planning, management, coordination, communication, evaluation, policy and learning from programming efforts. In addition, she serves on the foundation’s Community & Civic Engagement team. Prior to joining the foundation, Carlisle was associate director at Zócalo Public Square Lecture Series and a development consultant. She has also served as a board member for the National Association for Community Mediation, Washington, D.C.
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