Elizabeth DiLuzio

Promoting Equity Through Participatory Evaluation Approaches Week: Centering Equity as a Process and an Outcome by Jack Tebes

I’m Jack Tebes, a professor at Yale School of Medicine and a faculty at YaleEVAL, an evaluation group of The Consultation Center at Yale, where I am Executive Director. This week my YaleEVAL colleagues and I have continued a dialogue on how participatory evaluation approaches can be used to promote equity. In this week-long blog …

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Promoting Equity Through Participatory Evaluation Approaches Week: Making Evaluation Challenges Explicit to Promote Equity by Michael Awad and Derrick Gordon

Hello. We are Michael Awad, Postdoctoral Fellow, Yale School of Medicine and YaleEVAL Consultant; and Derrick Gordon, Associate Professor, Yale School of Medicine and Director, Research, Policy, and Program on Male Development at The Consultation Center at Yale and YaleEVAL faculty. As evaluators from underrepresented groups, we know first-hand about the unique challenges of working …

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Promoting Equity Through Participatory Evaluation Approaches Week: Promoting Equity for Underserved Populations by Amy Griffin

I’m Amy Griffin, Director of Health Evaluation Initiatives at The Consultation Center at Yale and a member of YaleEVAL. Recently I had the privilege to work with a state agency and a statewide Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer (LGBTQ) coalition to develop a statewide LGBTQ needs assessment. Below are some Hot Tips to promote …

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Promoting Equity Through Participatory Evaluation Approaches Week: Promoting Equity Through Evaluation Capacity Building by Cindy Crusto

Hi, I’m Cindy Crusto, Professor, Yale School of Medicine and a faculty at YaleEVAL, an evaluation group at The Consultation Center at Yale, where I am Director, Program Evaluation and Child Trauma Research. I am pleased to contribute to our team’s week-long series on how participatory evaluation approaches can be used to promote equity. Today, …

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Promoting Equity Through Participatory Evaluation Approaches Week: Equity Through Community-Based Participatory Evaluation by Joy Kaufman

I am Joy Kaufman, Professor, Yale School of Medicine, a faculty at YaleEVAL, an evaluation group of The Consultation Center at Yale, where I am Deputy Director. Over the past 20 years I have partnered with recipients of care in evaluating the services they receive with the goal of reducing the power imbalances that can …

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Promoting Equity Through Participatory Evaluation Approaches Week: Promoting Equity through Participatory Evaluation Approaches by Jack Tebes

Hello, I’m Jack Tebes, Professor at the Yale School of Medicine and a faculty at YaleEVAL, an evaluation group of The Consultation Center at Yale, where I am Executive Director. Equity and social justice are central to our mission at the Center, so this week my YaleEVAL colleagues and I are continuing the dialogue on …

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Tackling Organizational Challenges with Evaluation Tools by Elizabeth DiLuzio

Happy weekend! I’m Elizabeth DiLuzio, volunteer curator for AEA365, and lately I have been captivated by the brilliance of the tools for which we are best known: the Theory of Change (TOC) and the Logic Model (LM). What I learned about them in grad school was a bit reductive: that they are products to be …

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SIM TIG Week: Putting Stakeholder Voice at the Heart of Social Impact Measurement by Ben Fowler

Hi, I am Ben Fowler, a Co-Founder of MarketShare Associates, a global social impact consulting company. We focus on measuring the social impacts created by companies, investors, foundations and bilateral and multilateral funders. Social impact measurement (SIM) is a quickly evolving space. Significant effort to date in measuring SIM has been on quantifying and benchmarking …

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SIM TIG Week: Tips for Examining and Addressing Inequity by Heather Esper

Hi – I’m Heather Esper of the William Davidson Institute at the University of Michigan. One of the most critical moments in my time with AEA came during a plenary at the 2017 annual conference focused on Dialogue on Race and Class in America. I find myself going back to my notes from this session …

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SIM TIG Week: What is it Like Measuring the Social Impact of… Ourselves? by Leah Goldstein Moses

Hi everyone! I’m Leah, founder & CEO of The Improve Group. Today I’m writing about the messy middle ground that I sometimes get to play in – the space where I’m both the evaluated and the evaluator. Let me start with a little context. The Improve Group is a mission-focused evaluation consultancy. In Minnesota, where …

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