Not for Profit Theory of Change

April 23, 2020 | 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm

In-person session

ABOUT THE SESSION
Does your organization have or need a Theory of Change? Does your organization have the knowledge to measure your Social Impact? A Theory of Change ties together an organization’s motivating thoughts with the actual, hard facts of its performance. Organizations measure their Social Impact through a combination of outputs, outcome indicators, outcomes, and impact. PRESENTERS Claire Robertson-Kraft, PhD, is the Founder and Director of ImpactED and an instructor at the University of Pennsylvania. She has more than ten years of experience working as a teacher, evaluator, and non-profit leader in the Philadelphia region. She has extensive experience teaching research methods and conducting evaluations in the areas of education, public policy, positive psychology, social impact, and community engagement. Morgan Berman is an internationally award-winning entrepreneur and local community leader in Philadelphia. She is the founder and CEO of MilkCrate - a mission driven tech company helping other mission driven organizations achieve their impact goals. Their platform powers the apps for some of the world's leading nonprofits and municipal programs. Nicholas (Nick) Torres, M.Ed., has over 20 years of experience in executive management. He built and led a nationally recognized human services organization; founded/governed/led two charter schools and a not-for-profit dedicated to scaling high-impact social enterprises (e.g. school based health centers; college access and completion pipelines; and early literacy platform for parents); founded and currently leads a social sector “think-tank” organization; and teaches Leading Not-for-Profits; Social Innovation, Enterprise, and Finance; and Systems and Policy Change to graduate and executive students at the University of Pennsylvania.
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