This webinar is an opportunity for members to learn more about the Expanding the Bench (EBT) initiative. EBT is based on the belief that learning and evaluation have the power to shape policy, programs, and practice and that evaluators from diverse communities increase the likelihood that methods, analyses, and interpretation benefit the communities they serve.
This is the annual meeting of all the leaders (staff and chairs) of Maryland Philanthropy Network Affinity Groups, roundtables and projects. Invitation only.
This webinar will introduce equitable evaluation, an emerging evaluative paradigm guided by a set of core principles grounded in equity. We will explore how common approaches to evaluation can undermine equity, explain the core principles of equitable evaluation, and share resources to spur your thinking about how your organization could apply equitable evaluation to its work
Please join John Brothers, President of the T. Rowe Price Foundation, at our next Family Philanthropy Roundtable meeting.
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