Rose Konecky

Rose Konecky

Evaluation Consultant

As an evaluation consultant at TCC Group, Rose Konecky has experience with all stages of evaluation projects, including project design, implementation, analysis, and reporting.

Rose is skilled in the evaluation of various types of organizations, including those focused on capacity building, arts audience development, childhood literacy, and many others. Through her work with the Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust, the Program to Aid Citizen Enterprise (PACE), Marin Community Foundation, and the Irvine Foundation, she has proficiency evaluating capacity-building support provided by foundations to a cohort of grantees.

Rose holds an undergraduate degree in Political Science and History, and her graduate degree is in Political Science Data Methodology.

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You may be hearing terms like systems change, collective impact, and multi-sectoral initiatives a lot these days to describe situations where multiple actors are working together to tackle complex social problems. If you’re working or considering working within one of these types of initiatives, it’s critical to first recognize the complexity of the system (or set of interconnected parts) you’re working with and to think about what success would look like within that system. Although systems are complex, systems thinking – and the corresponding evaluation design – can be broken down into three essential elements [1]: Continue reading

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