A Roadmap to Impact Measurement
Thursday, October 27, 2016 3:00 pm
4:30 pm PT
In-person | San Francisco, CA
This event is no longer available.
Impact - a buzzword in the mission-driven field that is often overused and undefined.
You may intrinsically know that your organization is doing good things in your desired field, but how do you define, measure, and display your impact for others (funders, stakeholders, potential supporters) to understand?
Though this may seem like a daunting task, and there are complex and expensive ways to measure impact, we will share and discuss a relatively simple and straightforward rubric and tools for measuring your organization’s impact that you will be able to use in order to measure impact, communicate the difference your organization makes, and manage resource allocation decisions going forward.
Come learn how to differentiate and explain in a compelling way the impact you are creating, in order to attract investment, interest supporters, and lay out a roadmap for any size organization!
This session is designed for nonprofit and mission-driven executives, board members, investors, donors, grantseekers, and grantmakers, and participants will leave with a new way of thinking about how to measure and communicate inputs, outputs, outcomes, and impact in an increasingly competitive marketplace for dollars, eyeballs, and human capital.
James Lee, a Partner at the Jackson Hole Group, has a deep background in both the nonprofit and business communities. He has led education-focused nonprofits, built a business as a private sector entrepreneur, and developed strategy, programs, and organizations as a senior executive, board member, and consultant. James has also designed fundraising strategies and led teams to collectively raise hundreds of millions of dollars for leading nonprofit organizations.
Prior to joining Jackson Hole Group, James was a Partner at Schaffer&Combs, a management consulting and executive search firm. Prior to this James worked in the charter school education sector, helping both KIPP and Leadership Public Schools in a strategic fundraising capacity. Additionally, James helped lead The BizWorld Foundation as its Vice President of Programs. At the Junior Statesmen Foundation, he served as a Board Member, Program Director, and Director of Alumni Relations and Development.