Online Training – Weaving Successful Partnerships: How Funders, Intermediaries, and Evaluators Can Collaborate for Change, Oct. 3

Posted by Grant Space on September 24, 2019

Funders who have ambitious goals to change large systems often engage intermediaries and evaluators to realize their visions. But what does it really take to make these partnerships work well?

On October 3rd, 2019, 1:00 – 2:30 PM, join Meg Long, president, Equal Measure; Clare Nolan, co-founder, Engage R+D; Elizabeth González, chief program & strategy officer, College Futures Foundation; and Joel Vargas, vice president, Jobs for the Future for an in-person and livestreamed session exploring how funder-intermediary-evaluator partnerships—an arrangement that is becoming more common in the social sector—can introduce ways of working that lead to improved learning and impact. Learn more in our recent report which serves as the foundation of this session.

Our discussion will focus on:

  • Learning strategies to manage the common tensions inherent in these partnerships
  • Understanding what questions to ask when considering this type of partnership

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