Are you writing a grant and have questions about how to create the evaluation plan?
Are you trying to troubleshoot a data collection challenge?
Do you need tips on pivoting your program evaluation plan when the unexpected happens (e.g., COVID-19)?
The Evaluator Is In is a specialized coaching program for nonprofits that need help with program evaluation or outcomes in the form of a simple one-question-per-day format. This structure allows for expert advice on data collection and measurement in a digestible way.
Sign up by clicking the subscription button below and you’ll be sent an email with our private email address that you use to ask your questions.
Next, you’ll schedule a brief call to clarify your goals and priorities to best appreciate where you’re headed, before we are ready to answer your first question.
From then on, you’ll be able to send us one question each day about measurement, program evaluation, surveys, outcomes, logic models, and much more.
*For every six months that you remain a member, you’ll receive a bonus 30-minute personal consultation session to review your goals and progress towards them.
The Evaluator Is In is the perfect program for any organization that needs support launching into program evaluation, data collection, or outcome measurement but doesn’t have the resources to devote an individual or team to perform these tasks on their own. Let our evaluation experts work for you!
If you’re interested in learning more about The Evaluator Is In Program or wish to determine if this is the right service for you, schedule time to talk with Trina our program evaluation expert.
“Trina is easy to work with. Her range of experience has been helpful in Judicial Branch planning. Her experience with the courts and related agencies of the justice system gives her credible insights in planning and change management discussions. Her experience outside the justice system is useful in translating societal concerns in a manner that court personnel can understand.” ~ Kenneth Pankey, Senior Planner at Supreme Court of Virginia