This episode looks at the relationship between Program Evaluation and philanthropy as a system, one that allocates small monies to communities in need while controlling the definitions and management of standards of success. We propose engaging stakeholders more, shifting what we measure, and .....
Dr. Audrey Jordan is the Jerry D. Campbell Professor and DEI Specialist at Claremont Lincoln University, and is a certified executive life coach, focused on “accompanying social justice leaders and teams to unchain power for transformation.” Audrey is also currently an independent consultant with her own practice – ADJ Consulting and Coaching: capacity building for constituent-centered, place-based community change; cultivating community democracy; strengthening organizational and collaborative partnership capacities for learning and accountability; and teaching about and facilitating conversations to promote racial equity and social justice. Audrey currently lives in Fontana, CA and enjoys the company of her siblings and their spouses, her two sons, nieces and nephews, and the most recent family addition - her amazing grandniece, Eloise.
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Race Forward: From Seed to Harvest: A Toolkit for Collaborative Racial Equity Strategies.
Rosa Gonzalez at Facilitating Power, Spectrum of Community Engagement to Ownership framework
Targeted Universalism, Othering and Belonging Institute
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Winners Take All: The Elite Charade of Changing the World book.
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Originally recorded on 2/07/2022.