2016 Initial Steps to Building an Impact Measurement Program
Oweesta Corporation presents “Getting Your Board Engaged in the Fundraising Process,” This will be an interactive webinar to assist Native CDFIs better develop an Impact Measurement Program. Sweet Grass Consulting will utilize the Logic Model format and discuss the importance of a Logic Model for day-to-day decision-making and year-to-year goal setting. We will develop core competencies, outcomes, and indicators. Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions and make comments based on their own personal experiences and professional needs. Participants will leave the webinar knowing how to create core competencies, outcomes, and indicators for their own organizations. Then, they will be able to create metrics and assessments, specific to their organization, on their own.
Michael Brydge is the principal director of development and community engagement for Sweet Grass Consulting. Since 2007, he has engaged in survey and data analysis, report writing, asset-based problem solving, ecological change assessments, participatory mapping, youth development, community beautification, eco-building, and tourism initiatives. His work has primarily been conducted in collaboration with various Lakota Tribes in South Dakota but also with farmers and ranchers in eastern Colorado and a school district in northern Colorado.