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LAWG Week: Introducing: Disempowerment Evaluation by Sarah Mason

Greetings, AEA365 readers! Liz DiLuzio here, Lead Curator of the blog. To whet our appetites for this year’s conference in beautiful New Orleans, this week’s posts come to us from the feature the perspectives of the Gulf Coast Eval Network (GCEval) members, where the uniqueness of doing evaluation in the gulf south will be on …

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LGBT TIG Week: Intersectionality in Practice by Michael G. Curtis

Hi all! My name is Michael Curtis (he/him), and I’m speaking (kind of) to you from the Evaluation, Data Integration, and Technical Assistance (EDIT) team at Northwestern University. During 2020’s LGBT TIG week, my colleagues at EDIT wrote a piece focused on how important it was for evaluators to engage with the concept of intersectionality actively …

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Community Development TIG Week: The Power of Collective Reflective Practice in Community Development Evaluation by Joy Amulya

“Diversity is having a seat at the table, inclusion is having a voice, and belonging is having a voice to be heard.” -Liz Fosslien This year Community Development (CD) TIG’s sponsored week focuses on community development evaluation and how members are addressing diversity, equity, and inclusion. Research shows that diversity and inclusion in the workforce …

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Community Development TIG Week: Activating Community-Based Participatory Research Methods in Immigrant Communities Impacted by High-Trauma by Ivonne Chand O’Neal and Lauren Shelton

“Diversity is having a seat at the table, inclusion is having a voice, and belonging is having a voice to be heard.” -Liz Fosslien This year Community Development (CD) TIG’s sponsored week focuses on community development evaluation and how members are addressing diversity, equity, and inclusion. Research shows that diversity and inclusion in the workforce …

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Community Development TIG Week: Designing Inclusive Participatory Evaluation Approaches in Global Projects by Jennifer Roglà, Daniel Kanyembe, Festus Hanankuni, Elise Mann, and Lauren Riley

“Diversity is having a seat at the table, inclusion is having a voice, and belonging is having a voice to be heard.” -Liz Fosslien This year Community Development (CD) TIG’s sponsored week focuses on community development evaluation and how members are addressing diversity, equity, and inclusion. Research shows that diversity and inclusion in the workforce …

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Community Development TIG Week: Empowering Residents of an Affordable Housing Complex Through Evaluation by Deacon Dzierzawski, Laura Brinson, and Mary Ann Wojton

“Diversity is having a seat at the table, inclusion is having a voice, and belonging is having a voice to be heard.” -Liz Fosslien This year Community Development (CD) TIG’s sponsored week focuses on community development evaluation and how members are addressing diversity, equity, and inclusion. Research shows that diversity and inclusion in the workforce …

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Community Development TIG Week: R.E.S.P.E.C.T. Framework in Community Development Evaluation by Sharon Attipoe-Dorcoo

“Diversity is having a seat at the table, inclusion is having a voice, and belonging is having a voice to be heard.” -Liz Fosslien This year Community Development (CD) TIG’s sponsored week focuses on community development evaluation and how members are addressing diversity, equity, and inclusion. Research shows that diversity and inclusion in the workforce …

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Community Development TIG Week: Using Evaluation and Data to Catalyze Community Capacity, not Protect Power By Samantha Shaak, Jared Raynor, Julie Simpson, and Ron Dendas

“Diversity is having a seat at the table, inclusion is having a voice, and belonging is having a voice to be heard.” -Liz Fosslien This year Community Development (CD) TIG’s sponsored week focuses on community development evaluation and how members are addressing diversity, equity, and inclusion. Research shows that diversity and inclusion in the workforce …

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Community Development TIG Week: Providing Culturally Competent Programming: Special Focus on Adult Care Facilities by Rhyanne McDade

“Diversity is having a seat at the table, inclusion is having a voice, and belonging is having a voice to be heard.” -Liz Fosslien This year Community Development (CD) TIG’s sponsored week focuses on community development evaluation and how members are addressing diversity, equity, and inclusion. Research shows that diversity and inclusion in the workforce …

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IPE TIG Week: Intentionally Reframing Logic to Hope by Dyani Bingham, Desiree Restad, Kelley Milligan, and Allyson Kelley

We are Dyani Bingham, Desiree Restad, Kelley Milligan, and Allyson Kelley, AKA PLLC Public Health Consultants, Evaluators, and Scientists working with tribal communities across the U.S. We have experience helping clients visually reframe their logic models to show the impact of health programs in a way that is inspired by healing, culture, and community. Rad …

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