Theory of Change: New York

Creating, Using and Evaluating

LAST DAY TO REGISTER July 28th

Date / Time:
Tuesday July 31, 2018
9:00 – 5:00

Cost: $399

ActKnowledge
Center for Human Environments
365 Fifth Avenue, 6th Floor
New York, NY 10016

 

Sponsored by ActKnowledge and The Center for Theory of Change

This informative day with Heléne Clark, Director of ActKnowledge and President of the Center for Theory of Change, will teach participants the basics of the proper way to develop a ToC in a participatory way.  It will include creative ways to work long-distance and in challenging settings. The second half of the day will focus on how to use a ToC to create a Results Framework for evaluation, including the development of measurable indicators.  As an added attraction, participants will see Theory of Change Online demonstrated – a web-based application for creating, storing and working collaboratively.  The format will include presentation, Q & A, and small group exercises on real world problems relevant to the participants.

Heléne Clark, Ph.D., Founder and Director
An urban geographer and environmental psychologist, Heléne Clark works with organizations engaged in social change to build their capacity to develop clear goals, gather knowledge about results, and expand the impact of critical social interventions. Dr. Clark and a colleague founded ActKnowledge to provide rigorous research, planning and organizational development skills to the social sector. Heléne has been the lead evaluator on numerous initiatives and served as advisor to many other evaluations around the U.S. and in the United Kingdom. Dr. Clark incorporated the “Theory of Change” methodology into ActKnowledge’s work, and has led ActKnowledge to be the pre-eminent developer, facilitator and trainer of this method. Her international work includes the development of not-for-profit organizations in Moscow, various projects in the U.K., and work with numerous international non-government organizations in the developing world. Heléne has served on the Board of Directors of Housing Conservation Coordinators in New York City for eight years. Prior to founding ActKnowledge, Dr. Clark was Associate Director of the Center for Human Environments, and taught courses in urban and economic geography, environmental psychology, housing policy and research methods. She has published widely on housing and community development policy topics, as well as education and youth development.

 

Enrollment limited to 25, so sign up now!

 

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