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Essential Skills and Strategies for New Program Officers

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Essential Skills and Strategies for New Program Officers

Philanthropy New York’s Essential Skills and Strategies for New Program Officers (ESS) orients new program officers and directors to their role as funders. This multiday intensive course helps philanthropy newcomers build a framework for understanding and implementing ethical and effective grantmaking. It is a part of the PNY Core offerings. The program prepares program officers and directors for the … Continued

2019 National HIV Prevention Conference

Combatting Stigma in Diverse Populations In 2017, ViiV Healthcare launched the Positive Action for Youth (PAFY) and Positive Action for Women (PAFW) grant programs. PAFY supports grantees working on supporting youth living with HIV as they transition from youth to adult HIV care. PAFW supports grantees working with women of color living with HIV (inclusive … Continued

2018 American Evaluation Association Annual International Conference

Wednesday, October 31 5:45pm – 6:30pm: 1914: Five Models for Evaluating Equity Presenters Deepti Sood, Evaluation Consultant, TCC Group (Chair) Thana-Ashley Charles, Evaluation Consultant, TCC Group Katherine Locke, Associate Director, Evaluation, TCC Group Thursday, November 1 11:30am – 12:15 pm: 2500: Evaluating the GenH Challenge: Ensuring High Quality Evaluation of Social Prize Competitions Presenters Lisa … Continued

Grantmakers in Health Annual Conference: Nonprofit Capacity Building

This session—titled “Nonprofit Capacity Building”—will examine how foundations are applying a variety of capacity building approaches to enhance nonprofit effectiveness and resilience, particularly in light of the changing health policy landscape. Strengthening a nonprofit’s ability to move toward financial stability, build internal management and operations, and plan for sustainability enables the organization to better achieve … Continued

Grantmaking in the Age of Trump – Insights From Philanthropy Advisors

Many people are talking about the significant and polarizing effect the current Administration is having on a huge range of issues and communities and how various appointments, from Cabinet to judicial, will transform laws and policies on a range of topics, from immigration to women’s reproductive rights, transgender rights, and the environment.  These changes, whether … Continued

Using Rapid Cycle Learning to Infuse a Culture of Continuous Learning

How do we go about setting and answering key learning questions that will both build real-time evaluation capacity and feed into program implementation and outcomes achievement? Rapid cycle learning (RCL) has been used in places as varied as the military, the private sector, emergency response, and healthcare. As evaluators, we can use RCL to institutionalize … Continued

Philanthropic Assistants & Coordinators Network: Building Supportive Professional Relationships

Join us for a conversation with panelists from different philanthropic backgrounds about their experience cultivating and maintaining strong professional relationships, which range from formal and informal mentorships, to peer networks and affinity groups, and the many other shapes that professional support takes. We will allocate time at the end for small group discussion and individual … Continued

Employee Engagement: Aligning Corporate and Social Purpose

CSR 4.0 presents the evolution of corporate social responsibility from its initial shared value paradigm to its current form. The program will track the growth of CSR as a sector, examine the multi-dimensional ways that CSR programs are implemented in corporations today, and present cutting-edge ideas that will shape the future of CSR as an … Continued

Trends in Corporate Social Responsibility Measurement and Evaluation

The Institute for CSR is a professional certificate program designed specifically for CSR practitioners. This year’s class includes CSR professionals, and the curriculum is designed to be very interactive and practical while also inspiring and challenging students to approach their work in CSR in new ways. Presenters Jared Raynor, Director, Evaluation, TCC Group Lisa Frantzen, … Continued

2017 American Evaluation Association Annual International Conference

Wednesday, November 8 6:15-7:15pm: OL-ECB8: Evaluation Capacity Building Across Partnerships Public media is very good at telling stories.  However, with the exception of large funded government programs, it struggles to tell its own story. Tradition would say that public media has had impact in the communities it serves, but until recently, beyond counting audience members, … Continued