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Building a Data-Informed Culture

  • Thursday, March 17, 2022
  • 9:30 AM - 11:00 AM
  • Zoom Webinar


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Please note this program will run 9:30 am - 11:00 am (one hour later start than usual). Please mark your calendars accordingly! 

Program Overview 

Does your organization struggle with collecting and using data effectively? How do you know that you are making an impact on those you serve? This session will focus on why non-profit leaders prioritize benchmarking data and will share strategies for how non-profits can begin to build organizational capacity to benchmark data. The session will also share strategies for how the Chicago Benchmarking Collaborative (CBC) uses data for learning and improvement and will include strategies applicable to any organization wanting to improve Continuous Quality Improvement systems to increase impact. Leave with skills applicable for nonprofit leadership, fundraising, or program staff. Please join us for an interactive, engaging morning!

Presenter Bio

Traci Stanley ensures that Christopher House continues to increase its capacity to have a positive impact on low-income children and their families. Traci currently oversees Christopher House’s evaluation efforts including implementation and maintenance of an agency-wide database system to track outcome information for all programs to help ensure participants receive the highest quality services. Traci is serves as the Project Manager for the Chicago Benchmarking Collaborative (CBC), leading a collaboration of five social service agencies engaged in a project to improve measured evaluation and program quality. The purpose of the CBC is to share data for comparative insights and improve services to low-income children and families.

Prior to her current role, Ms. Stanley previously served as Associate Director and, earlier, Director of Youth Development Services at Christopher House. Through her leadership, tutoring and adult literacy programs expanded to other sites and new program initiatives were launched including mentoring, family literacy, an apprenticeship program, and a college and career preparation program for youth. She increased quality of services by developing evaluation tools and systems to measure and monitor service delivery and improvements in participant status. Ms. Stanley has been with Christopher House since 2000. She is a graduate of DePaul University.

This program qualifies for 1.5 CFREs

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