Own Your Impact: Measure what matters to create a more powerful case for support

Date and Time: Thursday, May 11, 2023 - 09:00 am to 03:00 pmLocation: N/A - Online


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Too often, we set impact goals and decide what to measure based on the needs of our funders.  But YOU: your staff, leaders, and the communities you work with are the experts on the change you are making in the world.  Together, your key stakeholders can vision, plan, gather and share what matters most for your programs and participants.

During this workshop we will learn how to Own Your Impact by developing a powerful theory of change, developing clear impact goals, setting up easy-to-use creative measurement tools, and crafting vibrant sharable stories of impact. We will look at creative ways of measuring that don’t have to take a lot of time, money or effort.  At each stage, we will provide tools you can implement right away to build your impact strategy with the people who matter most: your participants/communities.

This workshop, and 1 hour session of 1 on 1 consulting*, will get you on track to be able to share powerful stories of impact and make a stronger case for support. You will leave with a clear impact measurement plan, creative measurement tools, a customized impact tracker, and a template for your next powerful impact report.


*We will contact you individually to arrange your 1 on 1 consulting, which will occur after the class to build on what you learned.

SKU: N/A Category: Audience: Anyone involved in evaluating and/or explaining the impact of your programs.

Event Location

Date: May 11th, 2023

Location: N/A - Online


Member $255
Non-Member $285


  • Roshawnda Washington

    Roshawnda obtained a Master of Social Work with a concentrated study in Community Organization, Planning and Administration from the University of Southern California. Working with nonprofit and community organizations following the completion of her degree, she has experience in program development, implementation and evaluation as well as building volunteer initiatives and programming as it pertains to community activism.

    Currently Roshawnda works with Dow Chemical Company in the Delaware Valley as their Volunteer Program Manager. In this role she works closely with the Dow Foundation board to engage community and nonprofit organizations around the Delaware Valley and across the United States. Partnering

  • Kara Wentworth

    Throughout her career, Kara has helped nonprofits learn, build capacity, and build toward equity. From launching a new public school in Seattle to building a model for community-centered design and impact strategy for public TV, she has consistently focused on elevating community-led solutions to key community needs. She believes we can have a greater impact through collaborative innovation, designing stronger programs and more just systems led by the people they are for.