Liz Zadnik

Feminist Issues in Evaluation TIG Week: Quantitative Analysis from a Feminist Perspective by Heather Krause

Hi there, I’m Heather Krause from Datassist. I’ve been working with women and data internationally for over a decade.  I’m delighted to have the opportunity to add my voice and share a bit about the importance of including quantitative data — in addition to qualitative data — in research to incorporate a feminist perspective. Using …

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Feminist Issues in EvaluationTIG Week: Whose Perspective? by Mira Savara

In this infinite mysterious magical interconnected multi universe, my existence is on planet earth as Mira Savara.  I hold a PhD, was previously with BBC World Service Trust, and am now an independent freelance consultant with the non-profit social research centre Shakti. No… Don’t stop reading, I am making a point. The introduction tells you that …

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Exploring ways images can enhance blog content by Liz Zadnik

Happy Saturday readers!  I’m Liz Zadnik, aea365 Outreach Coordinator and Saturday contributor with some tips on using images in blog posts.  Breaking up paragraphs with high-quality stock images, graphics, and/or visualizations help readers stay on your site, digest information, and motivate them to share your brilliance with the world.     Cool Trip: Get to know …

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Let 2017 Be The Year of Engaging Online Content by Liz Zadnik

I hope your new year’s celebrations were filled with laughter and rest – getting you ready for another year of projects and adventures!   Last year I offered some ideas for when creative block strikes, as well as some ideas for generating meaningful online content (other than a blog post).  I thought I would revisit …

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Liz Zadnik on New Year’s EVEaluation Resolutions

Farewell 2016!  Welcome 2017!  Liz Zadnik, aea365 Outreach Coordinator and sometimes Saturday poster with some reflections and personal goals.  Let’s toast to our journey so far and hopes for the coming year. Lesson Learned: I know, I know, resolutions just set us up to fail.  But I like to reframe my resolutions as goals – …

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Sondra LoRe on Tips for Designing a Social Media Plan for Evaluation

My name is Sondra LoRe and I often have the pleasure of helping organizations set up and evaluate their social media footprint. I work for the National Institute for STEM Evaluation and Research (NISER) at the University of TN, and while most of the social media evaluations I design are related to STEM educators and …

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Liz Zadnik on Some helpful rules for social media messaging and content

Happy November everyone!  Liz Zadnik here, aea365’s Outreach Coordinator and sometimes Saturday contributor.  I’m still synthesizing everything from the conference, but I wanted to share some social media tips that I picked up and have been reading about.   Lesson Learned:  You may know about the rule of thirds in photography and visual design, but …

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PE CoE Week: Sarah Brewer on From Outputs to Insights: Getting the most out of administrative data

My name is Sarah Brewer and I am a performance management specialist for Deloitte Consulting LLP. I help federal leaders design and build their performance management capability to improve their ability to lead, manage and communicate program performance. Over the past several years, the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) has provided guidance to improve …

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PE CoE Week: Meklit Berhan Hailemeskal on Resources for reflecting on the use of performance measurement and evaluation

I’m Meklit Berhan Hailemeskal, an evaluation specialist with Deloitte Consulting LLP. I work with both US federal agencies and global development agencies to plan, design, and implement program evaluation and performance measurement initiatives. Working fluidly across federal and global health programs, I have learned specific lessons and found helpful resources from one side that can …

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PE CoE Week: Jonathan Pearson on proposing government programs design performance with more selfishness in mind

I am Jonathan Pearson, a senior manager in Deloitte Consulting LLP’s government performance practice. I support government health programs overseas and right here at home to develop and implement program performance systems. I’m here to tell you that government programs should be more “selfish.”  Yes, “selfish.”  At least when it comes to the design of …

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