SOLD OUT - Evaluation and Outcomes Measurement: Understanding and Capturing the Difference Your Organization is Making

  • 26 Feb 2019
  • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • NPC Training Room, 9770 Patuxent Woods Dr., Columbia, MD 21046

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Feb. 26, 2019; 9:00 am - Noon

Nonprofits provide valuable programs and services in the community and have a responsibility to measure and report the outcomes of their programs.   In this course, participants will articulate the desired impact of their mission, learn about the fundamentals of evaluation and learn techniques to identify and measure programmatic success. Work first hand with an experienced program development/evaluation consultant to determine the degree to which you are creating change in the community.

Participants will:

  • Create evaluation strategies that match their program’s goals
  • Understand the components of a logic model
  • Recognize the catalog of evaluation approaches to be used during program planning
  • Initiate the development evaluation plans which match their mission and programs

ACS Members: $35   ACS Members email profdev@acshoco.org for discount code
Members: $70

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If you have any problems registering or have questions regarding course content, please contact Angineeki Jones at MD Nonprofits at ajones@mdnonprofit.org or call  443-438-2327.

ABOUT THE TRAINER:

Wendy Wolff, Director of Maryland Nonprofits Consulting Group

Activating and coordinating community responses to the HIV/AIDS epidemic was how Wendy Wolff began her career in the nonprofit sector. Her early career helped her to build a strong understanding about the value and role of the community in program planning and policy development.  She brings nearly 25 years of  diverse  consulting  experiences  to  her  role  as  Director  of  Consulting  and  Strategic  Engagement  for Maryland  Nonprofits.    Wendy  has  collaborated  with  government  agencies;  universities;  non-profit organizations;  and  faith-based  organizations  to  enhance  the  quality  of  life  within  many  communities throughout the United States. She uses her strategic thinking skills to help clients synthesize information from  wide-ranging  sources,  reframe  problems  while  uncovering  root  causes to  find  refreshing,  creative and effective solutions.  Over  the  past  two  decades,  Wendy  has  helped  thousands  of  organizations  and  their  people  to  create brighter futures for the communities in which they serve.  Her excitement in working with the members of Maryland Nonprofit’s is infectious.  She values the genius that each and every person brings to their role in the sector and works diligently to elevate any person that she engages with. Ms. Wolff holds a Master’s Degree in Public Health from New York University. She has resided as an Adjunct Professor at the University of Denver and as an Associate Faculty Member at Indian River State College.  Wendy is a licensed consultant with the Standards for Excellence® Institute. Ms. Wolff’s first book,  The  Letter  Writing  Project  (Blooming  Twig  Books),  was  published in August  2014  and her  second book is due to be released in December 2018.





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