Clay County Series: Using Logic Models for Program Success
Jul 27, 2021 9:00AM—12:00PM
All events are currently planned for virtual format (zoom meeting) until further notice. You will receive additional instructions once you complete your registration. We cannot wait to see you in-person as soon as possible and safe to do so and we will update event locations as needed.
Event Contact Leah Donelan McDermott | Email
Categories Organizational Learning and Measurement
Topics Clay County Series, Data, Evaluation & Compliance, Grants, Virtual Events
Logic models are a tool used by program leaders, funders, and managers to design, implement, and evaluate the success of a program or project. Logic models help build agreement and buy-in during the planning stage of a program, organize implementation strategy, and track outcomes in a manageable, clear blueprint. This hands-on workshop will walk participants through every aspect of using a logic model with time to build your own. Leave this workshop with a draft logic model for your program or organization, as well as materials that will help you create a clear plan for designing and tracking the outcomes of your work. After the program, participants will have the opportunity to schedule one-on-one appointments with the facilitator to review their logic model and get feedback!
Join the Nonprofit Center’s Senior Director of Strategic Initiatives and Evaluation, Deirdre Conner, for this interactive workshop!
About Deirdre: Deirdre Conner joined the Nonprofit Center of Northeast Florida in 2017 as Senior Director of Strategic Initiatives and Evaluation, leading program, research, and consulting planning and supervises the successful execution and evaluation of these and other member resources. She previously served as Advocacy & Communications Director for the Jacksonville Public Education Fund, overseeing the organization’s advocacy, communications and teacher leadership initiatives.
Prior to her career in nonprofits, she spent nearly decade as a print journalist. As a staff writer for The Florida Times-Union, she covered a broad range of issues, including nonprofits, urban and suburban affairs, education, demographics and race relations. Before moving to Jacksonville in 2007, Deirdre was a reporter for the Naples Daily News, writing about education and child welfare. Deirdre is a native of Miami, Florida, and earned a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology and Anthropology from Swarthmore College in Pennsylvania. She lives in Jacksonville with her husband, Larry Hannan, and their son, Rowan.
This program is part of the Capacity Building for Clay County Nonprofits Series. We thank the Paul E. and Klare N. Reinhold Foundation for their generous support of this series!