Susan Kistler

Melissa Rivera on Engaging Stakeholders

Hi my name is Melissa Rivera. I am the Director of Evaluation and Research at the National Center for Prevention and Research Solutions (NCPRS). Since 2006, our organization has collaborated with the National Guard Bureau to implement an evidence-based program, Stay on Track, to over 115,000 sixth through eighth grade students nationally. Since inception, NCPRS …

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LaMarcus Bolton on Tools for File Manipulation

My name is LaMarcus Bolton, and I am the American Evaluation Association’s Technology Director, as well as a doctoral student in Industrial-Organizational Psychology. Today, I wanted to let you know of a few really good (and free) resources for manipulating files online. Rad Resource: Have you ever been sent a PDF form that you needed …

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Susan Kistler on Learning From Failure

My name is Susan Kistler,  and I am AEA’s Executive Director. I contribute each Saturday’s post to aea365. I have been reading and thinking about learning from failure. For those of us who are data-lovers, who find security in information, it can be a challenge to overcome the tendency to want to collect all possible …

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Jane Davidson on Evaluation Reporting

Kia ora koutou! My name is Jane Davidson and I run an evaluation consulting and capacity building business based in New Zealand. My main clients are NZ central government agencies across multiple sectors (health, education, leadership development, corrections, etc), but I also work with various other kinds of organizations and run evaluation training as well. …

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