From Ideas to Action: Best Practices for Measuring Impact
Snip20170125_1.pngFeb 23, 2017 @ 11:00 a.m. PST / 2:00 p.m. EST

More and more foundations understand the importance of assessing their impact - but sometimes, that's easier said than done. 

Join Suki O’Kane from The Walter & Elise Haas Fund and Chris Crothers from The Jessie Ball duPont Fund as they share their firsthand experiences from the journey to measuring impact, including:

  • Why measuring impact is so critical to your foundation’s success
  • Impact challenges, lessons and opportunities for assessment
  • How technology can help you take your foundation’s learning, monitoring and evaluation to the next level

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Director of Administration, The Walter and Elise Haas Fund
Suki O’Kane focuses on strategy and implementation for the independent, philanthropic, and public sectors and is a practical advocate for wise uses of technology to drive philanthropic collaboration. Prior to joining the Fund, Suki worked with regional associations of philanthropy, Bay Area based youth and arts education nonprofits, and local and state governments. Suki As a musician, composer, and curator, Suki works with artists from the music, movement, expanded cinema, and public art genres.


Senior Program Officer, Jessie Ball duPont Fund
As senior program officer at the Jessie Ball duPont Fund, Crothers oversees the Fund’s mission, as well as program-related investments and evaluative learning activities. Prior to his role as program officer, he served as Director of Communications at the Foundation for the Mid South, a three-state regional foundation located in Jackson, Mississippi. Crothers spent more than a decade passionately documenting the music, images, and narrative of the American South, earning him six Wilmer Shields Rich Awards for Excellence in Communications by the Council on Foundations.