- The idea that integrated programming is needed to change outcomes for low income people in high-poverty neighborhoods and that cross-program data analysis is needed to know if integrated programming is successful.
- CBOs can use data to hold program partners accountable and improve the efforts of their organizations and partner organizations via collaboration and collective impact/Promise models.
- A challenge for CBOs is that they are not often resourced to play this coordinating role or to operate at scale even for proven interventions.
- Donors shouldn’t impose proprietary databases for program –specific grants; rather, should ask for metrics about how program data feeds into the overarching goals of the grantee and donor.
- The new direction for both government and cbos is to work across disciplines and rely on program data to improve program interventions and outcomes.
- Eric Cadora, Chief Research and Data Strategies Officer, Mayor’s Office of Criminal Justice
- David Greenberg, Senior Associate, MDRC
- Matthew Klein, Executive Director, NYC Center for Economic Opportunity
- Basil Reyes, Director of Evaluation and Research, Cypress Hills Local Development Corporation
- Patricia Swann (Moderator), Senior Program Officer, The New York Community Trust
All interested funders.
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9:00 - 11:00 AM Program
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