We are thrilled to announce that Vantage Evaluation has been chosen as a Champions of Change Award recipient from the Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce! This award recognizes companies and organizations of various sizes that are actively and strategically advancing women in business through their commitment to creating inclusive, supportive, and empowering cultures.
One of the best ways to understand the lives and experiences of the people your program is impacting is through focus groups or interviews. They give voice to the “how” and “why” of your programming, and help you explore a topic you know little about. In this post, Laura shares tips for ensuring your conversations are fruitful.
With conference season upon us, we wanted to share one of the small ways we have shifted our organizational practices to counter implicit bias: tipping. What are we missing? Do you have other great resources to share?
Our Meet the Vantage Team series is a way for you to get to know each member of our team, and why they love what they do. Today we feature CEO Elena Harman, who founded Vantage to change the conversation from using evaluation for accountability to harnessing its power to strengthen our communities.
The best practice for getting rich feedback about events is to engage with attendees in-the-moment, while the learning is fresh. We’ll be modeling this approach, and sharing a behind-the-scenes look with The Communications Network at their annual conference in October.
At the end of July, cross-sector professionals from across Colorado and the country came together for the Colorado Health Symposium to learn about the intersection of housing, health, and inequity. In this post, Laura shares how the event strengthened her commitment to equity and social justice through evaluation.
Our Evaluation in the Wild series focuses on popular culture and everyday situations to bring evaluation to life. In this post, Elena uses Prohibition to share why measuring success can be a complicated journey.
Evaluating your volunteer engagement strategies can feel overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be that way. In this post, Elena and Laura share three tips for looking deeper than volunteer retention metrics to inform your volunteer engagement strategies.
It is hard to capture someone's attention among the constant flow of information. Many of us turn to infographics as the answer. But how do you get started? Evaluator Raquel Rubio shares what questions to answer before diving into design.