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Tuesday, September 18 • 11:10am - 12:00pm
Measuring impact: Findings and lessons from an evaluation of three indicator projects

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CIC explains that “indicators measure what the community cares about and track whether the community is moving in the right direction.” But indicator projects can find it challenging to measure what their audiences care about, whether the project is moving in the right direction, and how the project is making impact in the community.
This panel session will describe select findings and lessons from an external evaluation of three indicator projects that receive support from the Bush Foundation: Minnesota Compass (www.mncompass.org), North Dakota Compass (www.ndcompass.org), and South Dakota Dashboard (www.sddashboard.org).
Panelists from each indicator project will share strengths and areas for improvement that emerged from the evaluation and what they are doing with the information to move their projects forward and will reflect on what additional information they would like to have to demonstrate impact, maintain relevance, plan for improvements, and sustain support. 

Speakers
avatar for Maggie Arzdorf-Schubbe (moderator)

Maggie Arzdorf-Schubbe (moderator)

Consultant, Bush Foundation
Maggie Arzdorf-Schubbe’s connection to the Foundation dates to the 1980s when she worked closely with Bush staff to formulate the Foundation’s pioneering philanthropy to address issues of domestic violence. She began working as a consultant for the Foundation in 1991 after completing... Read More →
avatar for Ina Cernusca

Ina Cernusca

ND Compass Project Director, ND Compass/ Center for Social Research, NDSU
Ina Cernusca is the project director for North Dakota Compass and a research specialist within the Center for Social Research located at North Dakota State University (NDSU). With extensive experience in market and social research, she has participated in many projects that involved... Read More →
avatar for Allison Liuzzi

Allison Liuzzi

Research Manager, Wilder
DJ

Dr. Jared McEntaffer

Project Director, Black Hills Knowledge Network


Tuesday September 18, 2018 11:10am - 12:00pm
Ski-U-Mah Room
  • Presentation Format PANEL (50 min.)

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