Data and Evaluation: Going from Zero to One

Paul Collier

Data and Evaluation: Going from Zero to One

by Paul Collier
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Join us for “Going from Zero to One with Data & Evaluation,” where we delve into the path that two small-but-mighty nonprofits took to begin measuring their impact. This webinar will feature:

  • Mariposa Kids, a San Francisco-based nonprofit dedicated to transforming children’s lives through play-based socio-emotional learning
  • Objective Zero, a national veteran serving organization connecting peers in the military community through their innovative mobile app. 

While these two organizations serve radically different populations in different ways, they both have developed an uncanny ability to collect and use data, despite only having a handful of staff.

In this webinar, Executive Directors Ryan Hazelton and Betsey Mercado will share how they both established an evaluation strategy from scratch that served their organizations’ unique learning needs and highlighted their unique strengths. From creating their Theory of Change to defining key metrics, implementing effective data collection methods, and crafting learning reports, Ryan and Betsey will share invaluable insights into their step-by-step process (it’s not as hard as you think).  

Whether you’re a nonprofit professional, a data enthusiast, or simply an individual passionate about making a measurable difference in your community, this webinar will illuminate the path from data infancy to impactful evaluation. Join us to learn, engage, and be inspired on Wednesday 10/11, at 12 pm MT.

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2023-10-11 @ 12:00 PM to
2023-10-11 @ 01:30 PM


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