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Date: Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Time: 2:00 - 3:30pm EDT

In collaboration with the AEA Latina/o Responsive Evaluation Discourse (LA RED) Topical Interest Group, we present this informative webinar for those of you who are interested in learning more about evaluation and/or the intersection of evaluation and culture.

Presenters: Dr. Lisa Aponte-Soto, National Deputy Director, RWJF New Connections Director, Equal Measure; Dr. Leah C. Neubauer, Program Manager & Instructor, DePaul University Chicago, Illinois.


Description: In collaboration with the AEA Latina/o Responsive Evaluation Discourse (LA RED) Topical Interest Group, the Latina Researchers Network presents this informative webinar for those of you who are interested in learning more about evaluation and/or the intersection of evaluation and culture.

In response to the growing Latina/o population in the United States, this webinar demonstrates the demand for Latina engagement in culturally responsive research and evaluation (CRE) practices. The speakers will share: (1) introductory steps and tools for conducting evaluations while attending to culture, (2) culturally responsive educational training and development opportunities; and (3) career opportunities for establishing collaborative partnerships to foster CRE practices.
 

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Date: Thursday, May 28, 2015

Time: 3:00 - 4:30pm EDT

Presenters: Beckie Masaki and Sarah Khan, Asian and Pacific Institute on Gender Based Violence

Facilitator: Maritza Valdez, Casa de Esperanza

At your core, we honor your organizations that focus on crisis responses to people and their families who are experiencing domestic and sexual violence. Your organizations work at the intersections of multiple, layered issues, work on immediate crises, as well as prevention and social, cultural change in your communities and institutions.

As you give out so much mission-based, core value PROGRAM work, does your organization have time and attention for mission-based, core-value ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT work?

This webinar provides a peer-based presentation, sharing, and dialogue with you about organizational strength and sustainability.

We will introduce the scaffolding for developing and sustaining organizations (i.e. mission, core values, financial and program planning, staff and board development). We invite participants to gain a fresh point of view, information, and resources to build and sustain their people, organizations, and community.

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