This episode I chatted with Carrie Tanasichuk and Harry Daley about how they have been using theories of change as their main process for facilitating strategic planning with non-profits.
In the episode, they also mentioned:
- The Community Foundation of Saint John’s impact measurement and evaluation principles
- The Community Builder’s Approach to Theory of Change
- The Miles Nadal JCC Theory of Change
About Carrie and Harry:
*Carrie Tanasichuk *(Twitter DrCarrieTee & [[email protected]]([email protected])) has 16 years of experience in evaluation. She is passionate about using her expertise to help organizations demonstrate impact, improve, and innovate. She has worked across sectors (non-profit, for-profit, government) in diverse areas, including poverty reduction, youth development, criminal justice, health promotion and screening, and technology. She has a Ph.D. in Applied Social Psychology from the University of Saskatchewan.
Harry Daley ([[email protected]]([email protected])) was born and raised in Saint John, New Brunswick. He has dedicated his personal and professional life to working with organizations that focus on poverty reduction and amplifying the youth voice. He has used evaluation as a tool for designing experiential and participatory youth programming and believes evaluation is an integral aspect of program design and facilitation rather than something that lives outside the programs. Harry has a Bachelor of Philosophy in Interdisciplinary Leadership from the University of New Brunswick’s Renaissance College.
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