Sharing Your Success
Workshop on Nonprofit Program Measurement
February 27, 2018
8:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
Whitneyville Cultural Commons, 1253 Whitney Ave., Hamden
When measuring programs, what do we want to know? What information is available? How can we collect and analyze it? And how will we report it? This workshop provides participants with a basic introduction to nonprofit program accountability. We briefly explore different measurement frameworks and discuss some of the nuts and bolts of data collection. As a working session, attendees will spend time collaboratively developing measures for their own programs and exchange ideas about how to effectively share their results. (The workshop will be geared to those who are new to this topic. Participants are encouraged to bring their organizations’ current outcomes reports.)
Presenter: Kim Bohen
Thinking Caps Consulting, LLC
Strategic solutions for social change
Kim Bohen has two decades experience consulting to a variety of local and national public and nonprofit clients. She has a strong background in early childhood and K-12 education, and broad expertise in strategic planning, project management, program design, grantwriting, knowledge development, and training. Working with the United Way of Greater New Haven, Kim designed an innovative early attachment intervention through regional replication of the Circle of Security and helped launch a wraparound services partnership with the New Haven public schools. Kim worked with the Schools of the 21 Century Initiative at Yale University and the Discovery Initiative at the Graustein Memorial Fund developing and implementing strategic plans, designing and conducting training conferences, and creating communications and marketing materials. Before coming to Connecticut, Kim managed grant-making in K-12 education for the IBM Corporation, and served as Assistant Press Secretary in the New York City Public Schools. Kim began her career conducting grassroots campaigns for the Public Interest Research Groups in CT and Mass. She was a Coro Public Affairs Fellow in New York City and has been trained as a Results-Based Accountability Coach. Kim holds an MBA from the Yale School of Management and a BA from Brown University.