CADCA’s National Coalition Institute is pleased to announce the second in a series of webinars focused on the important link between data and sustainability to maintain the vitality in its internal structure, processes and strategies. Each webinar in the series covers one or more of the following four things that coalitions need to sustain: 1.) a strong volunteer and membership base, 2.) a credible process, 3.) relevance to current community concerns, and 4.) financial and other resources required to do the work.
Webinars are developed in close collaboration with coalition leaders that have helpful tools, resources, and processes to share with other coalitions. This second webinar titled Using Data for Sustainability: Tools and Resources to Maintain Credibility is scheduled for Wednesday, May 20; 3-4:30 p.m. EST. It will focus on the kinds of tools, resources, and processes coalitions are using to identify the data they need to collect, organize the data that comes in, use the data to prioritize the coalition’s work, and share that data with partners. We will discuss how to think beyond the use of problem analysis data and consider other information that coalitions need to track to maintain a credible community process that allows them to remain relevant to community and stakeholder concerns.
Presenters will include Dr. Bill Geary, Deputy Director of CADCA’s Evaluation and Research department, in collaboration with coalition leaders who have successfully mastered these sustainability techniques.
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