Thursday, October 11, 2018

I have enjoyed working with agencies and communities across the Triangle area of North Carolina. Over time, I have seen a growing desire to be data driven. Many agencies have improved their ability to track program outcomes and share their success stories. However, as communities begin to look at solving more systemic problems, there is a growing need to identify and measure community level outcomes. Recently, I was invited to host a webinar on “The Roadmap to Common Outcomes,” sponsored by Seabrooks. Seabrooks provides technology platforms that help communities measure results and they asked me to share some insights about helping local communities build a shared measurement system. Please click on this link and take a listen. If you have any questions, feel free to contact me at