For foundation executives and senior program staff
This is the second of a two-part training session; attendance at the first session is a pre-requisite for participating in this meeting.
Space is limited. Please register early.
Would you like to improve your strategic grantmaking and know that your investments are making a difference for children, youth, families or communities? Results Based Accountability (RBA) is an approach that can help you to do so. This common sense approach is becoming the norm as a way of working within and across the public and private sectors in Connecticut. RBA adds value to your grantmaking and is effective with grantees who are engaged in small program efforts as well as those who are striving for impact at the statewide level.
Participants will receive a Funders Tool Kit to support their application of RBA.
Phyllis Rozansky, Principal, Pathways to Results, LLC, brings more than 15 years of experience in coaching community, nonprofit, and philanthropic organizations and government agencies in the use of Results-based Accountability (RBA). In her role as a senior consultant at the Annie E. Casey Foundation, Rozansky coordinates capacity-building work within the Foundation and with its grantees and RBA coaches. She also develops RBA tools and resources for use throughout the Foundation. Previously Phyllis served as the founding Executive Director of three organizations ̶ Family Resource Center, Citizens for Missouri’s Children and Family and Community Trust, and served as an adjunct professor in Child and Family Policy. She recently authored Maryland’s Local Management Boards: Making a Difference for Children and Families 1990-2010 and The Road to Better Results ̶ Targeting Capacity Building and Philanthropic Partnerships.
Special thanks to the Annie E. Casey Foundation for their assistance in coordinating and supporting this program.