As you know, we’ve had some staffing changes this month. It’s not all bittersweet, however: today we are officially welcoming Elizabeth Grim to our team of curators!
Elizabeth is an evaluator with over a decade in the field. She has worked for numerous organizations and, within the past year, made the great leap into working for herself full time. She is an active member of our community, serving as President of the Eastern Evaluation Research Society and now curator of AEA365. You’ve surely seen her speaking at conferences, or perhaps in the Twitterverse. She lives in Connecticut, loves nature and reading, and is passionate about social justice.
She’s also no stranger to AEA365, having contributed the following articles to the blog since 2016 on the following topics:
- Fostering Conscious Communication within Teams
- How to Build a Culture of Evaluation
- White Antiracism & Racial Healing: Moving from Learning to Integration and Action
- Establishing and Honoring Boundaries While Consulting
- Shifting Data Visualization Feedback From Criticism to Curiosity
- Shifting into Solopreneurship: Wearing the Hat of Business Owner
Elizabeth will be curating some of our sponsored and themed weeks. Please join me in welcoming her to the team! We are so lucky to have you.
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