Jayne Corso on Evaluation Professionals and Organizations to Follow on Twitter

Evaluation 2014 was my first experience attending AEA’s annual conference, and the event introduced me to many outstanding evaluation professionals and organizations on twitter. Today I want to give a shout out to a few individuals and organizations that were very active throughout the conference, and are truly must-follows when it comes to finding the latest evaluation news and trends.


Katherine is a Research Assistant at Innovation Network and often tweets about visual data, logic models, and qualitative data.


Follow Broadleaf Consulting for great information about planning evaluation governance.


Nicole is Reproductive Justice Social Worker and Evaluator. A must-follow!


NPC exists to make charities and funders more successful in achieving their missions, through rigorous analysis, practical advice and innovative thinking. By helping charities and funders use their resources more effectively, by inspiring through new thinking and by prioritizing impact, NPC is transforming the sector.


The American Institutes for Research (AIR) provides high-quality, reliable data and research about education, assessment and more. AIR’s overriding goal is to use the best science available to bring the most effective ideas and approaches to enhancing everyday life.


FSG is reimagining social change. Follow them for great information on consulting and ideas for corporations, nonprofits, foundations, and governments.


Innovation Network is a nonprofit evaluation, research, and consulting firm providing knowledge and expertise to help nonprofits and funders. Innovation Network wants to make evaluation accessible to all nonprofits, so they have the knowledge and skills to manage and improve their work.


Follow our own Sheila Robinson! She is a learner, explorer, educator, evaluator, and professional developer.  Sheila also serves as the lead curator for AEA365.


Ann Emery is an Independent consultant specializing in data analysis and data visualization. She often posts tips for improve your data presentation and has her own blog: http://annkemery.com/blog/ .


Yugi Wang is a research assistant at Innovation Network (@innonet_eval) and an avid evaluator.  She often shares evaluation trends and data visualization information on her page.

I also want to highlight @bettereval, @evergreendata, and @clysy, who are frequent and beloved evaluators often featured on our social media channels – and for good reason!

Thanks for making #eval14 such a successful social event and we look forward seeing what you have to share all year long!

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