Webinar Features Experts on Developing a Theory of Change
A webinar from the Annie E. Casey Foundation highlights key steps to help social-sector leaders develop a theory of change. It shares lessons from one organization’s work to map its key values, goals and strategies.
The webinar examines insights from the Foundation’s four-part Developing a Theory of Change, which introduces an overview of key concepts, step-by-step instructions, documentation templates and theory of change examples.
- Suzanne Barnard, session moderator and director of the Foundation’s Evidence-Based Practice Group;
- Cameron Hostetter, consultant for ORS Impact; and
- Gevonee Ford, executive director of the Network for the Development of Children of African-American Descent.
The webinar is part of Casey’s Leading With Evidence series, which examines how leaders, researchers and program developers can collaborate to advance the use of evidence and, ultimately, improve the lives of children, families and communities.
Download the Four-part Guide on Developing a Theory of Change