Workshop hosted at Impact Hub by Elizabeth Dyke & Helen Ries
We are inviting you to join us to learn about logic models and theories of change and how they can help to measure the outcomes and impact of the good work you are doing.
Logic models and theories of change are tools to show how your program proposes to solve the problem you are trying to solve. Both tools are usually required by funders and grantmakers and are the basis for evaluation.
Join us for this workshop to learn about logic models and theories of change, to start building one for your program and to better understand how you can measure your program’s outcomes and impact.
This workshop costs $10 to attend; registration fees will be donated to a charity.
Elizabeth has been a health and social development consultant since 2008, conducting
evaluations, facilitation, capacity building workshops, research projects, and writing reports.
She has worked with governments, NGOs, universities and private industry in a broad range
of areas, including chronic disease, primary care, gender, and determinants of health.
Elizabeth Dyke has a PhD in Population Health.
Helen is has been an independent consulting in the community and social service sector
since 2014. Helen works in program evaluation, planning, facilitation and training. She has
worked with not-for-profits, governments and private industry. Helen is also a community
activist. Helen has an MBA and is completing a graduate diploma in program evaluation.