Evaluation: Creating Change and Measuring Impact
In this webinar, we will explore the value of incorporating evaluation into prevention work, identify methods for conducting evaluation that best suit the needs of our various programs and capacities, and learn about different tools and techniques that can be used when doing evaluation.
Jennifer Grove (she, her, hers) is the Prevention Director for the National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC), and has worked in the sexual violence prevention movement for over 20 years. She spent the first seven of those years working in community-based domestic violence and sexual assault programs. In her current role, Jennifer coordinates the national prevention work of the NSVRC, providing training and resources to sexual assault coalitions, state departments of health, local community programs, and other organizations working to develop, implement, and evaluate sexual violence prevention strategies. She has conducted numerous trainings around the country on topics related to the prevention of sexual violence. In her spare time, Jennifer enjoys baking, photographing nature, traveling, and hiking in the great outdoors. She also enjoys being a pet parent to her 2 cats, Milo and Theodore.
Mo Lewis is the Prevention Specialist at the National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC), the co-founder of the Violence Prevention Coalition in King County, WA and is a co-author of the FLASH curriculum, a comprehensive sexual health education curriculum for high school and middle school students. Mo holds a degree from the University of Washington and has worked in the field of sexual assault prevention for over 10 years. Before shifting to sexual violence prevention, Mo worked in the field of HIV prevention with a particular focus on youth empowerment within the LGBTQ community.