Making a Collective Impact
About the Event
March Educational Luncheon
Each of us work daily to improve the condition of our clients, our environment and our community through the development work we do. Join Katie Pritchard, for a lively discussion on what Collective Impact is and how area funders and organizations are embracing this dynamic approach to solve complex social issues. Discover how you and your organization can move beyond reporting “the numbers” to becoming meaningful partners in addressing our community’s toughest challenges.
- Broader understanding of Collective Impact
- How to broaden your organization’s role from outputs to outcomes
- How collaboration can further our respective missions to solve complex community problems
About Our Speaker:
Kathleen Pritchard is President of DATA YOU CAN USE, Inc., a Milwaukee-based nonprofit organization that works with nonprofit organizations, foundations, government, and others to use data to inform decisions and improve communities. She is a skilled evaluator and specializes in integrating quantitative and qualitative data to measure success and communicate results. She is also a seasoned planner and implementer of cross-sector efforts that are informed both by theory and the voice of those most affected. Katie served as the Director of Community Impact for United Way of Greater Milwaukee and United Way of America. Katie holds a Ph.D. in Political Science, a Master’s Degree in Public Administration and an undergraduate degree in Cultural Anthropology. She has served as a policy and research analyst, and consultant for the State of Wisconsin, Milwaukee County and the City of Milwaukee.