Joint Meeting: TNB Roundtable and CWU Outcomes Workgroup

Please join us for a special joint gathering of the Crittenton Women’s Union (CWU) Outcomes Workgroup and the Tech Networks of Boston (TNB)Roundtable Series on Friday, June 5th at CWU.  Ellen Bass, director of the Capacity Institute at the Black Ministerial Alliance, will be our featured guest. The topic under discussion will be “Are you ready to build your performance management system?”

Here’s what Ellen says about the session:

Does your agency have the right data to determine if you are meeting your mission?  Come to this session to determine exactly what you need to do to build a comprehensive performance management system for your agency.  Participants will complete a performance management agency self-assessment, then consider their agency’s readiness and next steps to advocate to build their system.  

Here’s a bit about Ellen:

Ellen G. Bass is director of the Capacity Institute, which helps nonprofits build performance management systems, leading to improved measurable participant outcomes. Since 2002, she helped the BMA raise and redistribute more than $10 million in grants and capacity-building services to youth agencies in Boston. With an MBA in public and nonprofit management, Ellen has served in resource development for 15 years and in program development for 30 years, focusing on logic models and outcome measurement plans, in both secular and faith-based organizations.

Please note that this will be a sales-pitch-free event.

We look forward to seeing you on June 5th!

Register for this event here.

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