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2016 Impact Summit - XIIth International Conference of the Community Indicators Consortium
GPS for Well-being: Navigating Data for Sustainable, Equitable Communities 
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Monday, September 26
 

9:15am EDT

Opening Session: DJ Patil, ‎U.S. Chief Data Scientist at White House Office of Science and Technology Policy
Moderator
avatar for Craig Helmstetter

Craig Helmstetter

Senior Research Manager, Wilder Research
As a Senior Research Manager Craig oversees a research unit of 15 staff, who focus on data-driven projects including: the Compass quality of life initiative, which provides information on an array of topics relating to the region's well-being; Minnesota's Homeless Management Information... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for DJ Patil

DJ Patil

U.S. Chief Data Scientist, White House Office of Science and Technology Policy
DJ Patil is the Deputy Chief Technology Officer for Data Policy and Chief Data Scientist in the Office of Science and Technology Policy. DJ joins the White House following an incredible career as a data scientist — a term he helped coin — in the public and private sectors, and... Read More →


Monday September 26, 2016 9:15am - 10:00am EDT
Academy Hall

10:00am EDT

Indicators of Neighborhood Change: Measuring and Predicting Gentrification
Panel: This panel will examine issues around gentrification and neighborhood change from a variety of perspectives including a new national research project focusing on data collection and engagement across cities, a large strong-market city facing an historic affordable housing crisis, and a smaller mid-market city experiencing a new form of neighborhood revitalization. The Furman Center at NYU is developing indicators to help city officials identify the neighborhoods likely to experience rapid increases in prices and rents.  In Minneapolis a different dynamic is affecting many inner-city neighborhood following and, more recently, preceding massive investments in light rail transit. Finally, the Urban Institute will describe a new initiate in partnership with the Federal Reserve Philanthropy Institute to support this work across a number of cities whose activities include designing a common research plan, facilitating peer learning, communicating local progress, and synthesizing experiences across sites.

Moderator
avatar for David Abraham

David Abraham

Sustainability Research, Rice University
Urban Sustainability. Performance Metrics. Community Metrics. Health and Well Being. Health Impact Assessments.

Speakers
avatar for Jeff Matson

Jeff Matson

Program Director, Community GIS, University of Minnesota
I have 15+ years experience providing technical support, mapping and GIS analysis for the Twin Cities non-profit community. I have a bachelor's degree in Anthropology from the University of California, Berkeley and a master's in Geographic Information Science from the University... Read More →
avatar for Anthony Damiano, University of Minnesota

Anthony Damiano, University of Minnesota

PhD Candidate/Research Assistant, University of Minnesota
PhD candidate at the Humphrey School of Public Affairs at the University of Minnesota. Research assistant at the Center for Urban and Regional Affairs (CURA) . Research interests include housing policy, urban political economy, race and inequality. Quantitative analysis using R, Stata... Read More →
avatar for Stephanie Rosoff

Stephanie Rosoff

Data Manager, NYU Furman Center
Stephanie Rosoff is the Data Manager and Research Analyst at the NYU Furman Center, where she coordinates the Center’s data analysis activities. Stephanie is also an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Urban Planning at NYU Wagner and teaches a course on spatial analysis and mapping... Read More →
avatar for Maia Woluchem

Maia Woluchem

Research Associate, The Urban Institute


Monday September 26, 2016 10:00am - 10:50am EDT
Vista 8th Fl

10:00am EDT

Building Partnerships for Community Wellbeing: 1) Partnering around Pennsylvania SNAP-Ed Participatory Asset Mapping; 2) Community Power Assessment Tool and the Examination of its Cross-Cultural Relevance
Two presentations on building partnerships for community wellbeing

1) Partnering around Pennsylvania SNAP-Ed Participatory Asset Mapping (Roberts)
The Food Trust has undertaken a participatory asset mapping project in order to address the questions of how to best reach SNAP eligible residents with our SNAP-Ed programming and have program staff learn about the communities within which they work. Program staff interviewed community members to better understand how they define their communities. Through the execution of the project, new partnerships were formed and patterns were seen in how far community members were willing to travel for different activities. The presentation will review our process for developing the project, how it was executed and analysis from our data.

2) Community Power Assessment Tool and the Examination of its Cross-Cultural Relevance (Imata/Kuroda)  The Great East Japan Earthquake and the nuclear accident in 2011 prompted all of us to contemplate what is sustainable society and how we achieve one. Efforts across Japan to promote local revitalization and sustainable development are taking place in light of the serious decline of rural communities. Since 2013, CSO Network Japan (CSONJ) has been hosting forums to identify common factors that lead to the manifestation of “community power.” CSONJ has developed CPAT (Community Power Assessment Tool) as a participatory, self-assessment tool for community residents to measure the “community power.” Through these efforts, CSONJ hopes to contribute to the larger discussion of sustainable society and related initiatives (such as “circular economy” and the “great transition”) in the context of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Moderator
avatar for Craig Helmstetter

Craig Helmstetter

Senior Research Manager, Wilder Research
As a Senior Research Manager Craig oversees a research unit of 15 staff, who focus on data-driven projects including: the Compass quality of life initiative, which provides information on an array of topics relating to the region's well-being; Minnesota's Homeless Management Information... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Katsuji Imata

Katsuji Imata

Board Chair, CSO Network Japan
Katsuji has a 24-year experience in nonprofit management with a focus on civil society strengthening in Japan, the US and globally. Currently, he serves as Board Chair of CSO Network Japan and Vice Char of Japan NPO Center. Other leadership capacities Katsuji has include Managing... Read More →
avatar for Kaori Kuroda

Kaori Kuroda

Executive Director, CSO Network Japan
Kaori Kuroda is the Executive Director of CSO Network Japan. She also serves as Japan Director of the Asia Foundation based on the partnership arrangement between the Foundation and CSO Network Japan. Her work encompasses doing research on the issue relating to civil society, participating... Read More →
avatar for Chantal Roberts

Chantal Roberts

Research and Evaluation Coordinator, The Food Trust
Chantal works to evaluate the impact of The Food Trust’s programming with a focus on geospatial analytics.



Monday September 26, 2016 10:00am - 10:50am EDT
Angle 8th Fl

10:00am EDT

Boosting Social Prosperity in Washington DC (and beyond)- How improving Measurement of Community Well-being supports econ
The Pursuit of Happiness: Is Well-being an Economic or Social measurement challenge?  (Lennon)   (<== Updated Title)
Insights from the "Well-being Asessement" of Metro Washington’s Council of Governement’s Regional Planning Framework (www.regionforward.org) conducted by GWU's Center for Excellence in Public Leadership in the summer of 2016.  And reflections by the lead practitioner on how the "science of happiness" (well-being) is reframing the measurement of prosperity and flourishing lives.


Speakers
avatar for Michael Lennon

Michael Lennon

Professor, GWU-CEPL
Systems Thinker; Innovation in the Public interest; Happtivism; Decision Architecture Optimization; Measuring Social Prosperity; Distributed Action Learning. ___ At GW-CEPL, Michael Lennon teaches Results-based Management systems coursework, as well as, lectures on innovating... Read More →


Monday September 26, 2016 10:00am - 10:50am EDT
Academy Hall

10:00am EDT

Using participatory methods to develop measures of well-being
Population level improvements in well-being can be achieved through a wide array of strategies from developing housing and healthy neighborhoods, to community engagement, to the provision of services that improve access to transit and community engagement. These strategies and changes are dynamic and non-linear. Developing measures to assess resulting changes in well-being requires collaborative development of frameworks and metrics that account for a wide spectrum of activities. This panel will offer substantive discussion of three participatory approaches used to develop measures to evaluate changes in well-being at the intersection of community development and health. Each panelist will highlight their experience selecting metrics with key stakeholders, including key decisions involved in how the measures were selected and shaped. The panel will include Success Measures, The Conservation Law Foundation, and Stewards for Affordable Housing for the Future. Taken together, these indicators provide a set of metrics that offer a holistic measure of the impact of changes in place on population health and provide important insights into how we invest in and build healthy places.

Moderator
avatar for Chantal Stevens

Chantal Stevens

Executive Director, Community Indicators Consortium
Chantal Stevens joined the Community Indicators Consortium as an early Board Member, 2005-2008, then again in 2012 and has been CIC's Executive Director since 2013.  She's an experienced nonprofit manager who was formerly the Executive Director of Sustainable Seattle, a pioneer in... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Vedette Gavin

Vedette Gavin

Director of Research and Partnerships, The Conservation Law Foundation
Vedette Gavin is the CLF Ventures Director of Research for a two-year grant, funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, to assess the health impact of smart growth on low income communities where innovative, mixed-use real estate development aims to positively transform lives... Read More →
avatar for Maggie Grieve

Maggie Grieve

Vice President, Success Measures, NeighborWorks America
Maggie Grieve directs Success Measures®, a leading outcome evaluation resource for the community development field. Operating as a social enterprise at NeighborWorks® America, Success Measures has provided evaluation consulting, technical assistance and technology services to more... Read More →
avatar for Julianna Stuart

Julianna Stuart

Project Manager, Stewards of Affordable Housing for the Future
I manage the Resident Services Outcomes Initiative, SAHF’s multidisciplinary effort to demonstrate the social impact of service-enriched rental housing. In this role, I work with SAHF member organizations to improve improve the availability and effectiveness of services, build support... Read More →


Monday September 26, 2016 10:00am - 10:50am EDT
Balcony D upstairs on 9th Fl

11:00am EDT

Assessing access for all: 1) Measuring Community Livability for All Ages; 2) Multi-modal Survey Strategies: Engaging Older Adults in Community Assessment
Two presentations focused on assessing access for all:
1) Measuring Community Livability for All Ages (Lynott) -
Long life is increasingly the new norm, dramatically changing the demographic patterns of the United States and world at large. There are several efforts around the world aimed at measuring those factors that most impact the health and well-being of older adults. In her presentation, speaker Jana Lynott will briefly summarize these ongoing efforts and the indicators being used to ensure the needs of older adults are addressed through planning and investment. The focus of her presentation will be to share AARP’s new Livability Index and show how it can be used to better understand how a community’s built and social environments contribute to overall livability. Other indicator projects that will be briefly summarized may include Global Age Watch by HelpAge International, and the effort to identify global indicators to support the United Nations Sustainable Development Agenda (Agenda2030). Among the 17 sustainable development goals is one that aims to improve “the health and well-being of all people at all ages and another that seeks “to make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient, and sustainable.” 
2) Multi-Modal Survey Strategies: Engaging Older Adults in Community Assessment (Ahern/Warren) How "age-friendly" is Cleveland? Existing data sources could not provide a full answer, so the City of Cleveland Department of Aging turned to The Center for Community Solutions to gather self-assessments from the widest range of Cleveland seniors. We'll share lessons learned in our various modes of data collection, including best practices for survey design, how to leverage community partnerships for data collection, how to increase response rates, and more.

Moderator
avatar for Chantal Stevens

Chantal Stevens

Executive Director, Community Indicators Consortium
Chantal Stevens joined the Community Indicators Consortium as an early Board Member, 2005-2008, then again in 2012 and has been CIC's Executive Director since 2013.  She's an experienced nonprofit manager who was formerly the Executive Director of Sustainable Seattle, a pioneer in... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Joseph Ahern

Joseph Ahern

Fellow, Applied Research, The Center for Community Solutions
On the staff of The Center for Community Solutions since 1985, Joe Ahern has more than 30 years’ experience in survey research and data analysis. He has acquired extensive knowledge of U.S. Census, vital statistics, and other community data resources. In carrying out his analyses... Read More →
avatar for Jana Lynott

Jana Lynott

Senior Strategic Policy Advisor, AARP Public Policy Institute
I'm AARP Public Policy Institute's Senior Policy Advisor on transportation and livable communities and project director of our Livability Index www.aarp.org/livabilityindex, in which we combine data from more than 50 sources to score every neighborhood in the U.S. against 60 indicators... Read More →
avatar for Kate Warren

Kate Warren

Research Associate, Center for Community Solutions
Kate is a research associate at The Center for Community Solutions, where she works to improve community conditions through applied research and analysis. Areas of interest include poverty, social determinants of health, and racial disparities. She is a data viz whiz who believes... Read More →


Monday September 26, 2016 11:00am - 11:50am EDT
Vista 8th Fl

11:00am EDT

1) Connecting Our Community by Focusing the Effort; 2) Moving from Health Impact Assessment to Community Indicators: Lessons Learned from San Francisco
Two presentations focused on collaborative efforts at the city level:
1) Prosper Waco: Connecting our Communities by Focusing the Effort (Fitz)  Prosper Waco is a collective impact initiative focused on the Greater Waco Community. In a partnership with the City, we were able to focus community-wide efforts both in subject matter and geographical location, East Waco. The neighborhood of East Waco has higher poverty rates, lower educational attainment, and poorer health outcomes that other neighborhoods in Waco, Texas. This presentation will walk attendees through the process of partnering with a local government entity, identifying partner local organizations, and working with organizations to move towards an outcome-based data collection.
2) Moving from Health Impact Assessment to Community Indicators: Lessons Learned from San Francisco (Wall Shui)  Moving from Health Impact Assessment to Community Indicators: Lessons Learned from San Francisco (Wall Shui) The San Francisco Department of Public Health (SFDPH), Program on Health, Equity, & Sustainability has been a pioneer and a leader in the practice of Health Impact Assessment (HIA) in the United States. From our HIA practice, a vast amount of useful, geographic data has been generated to inform decision making activities. To ensure that this information is used routinely for health informed policy making and planning, SFDPH has developed two unique indicator databases.  This presentation will provide background information on the two large HIA projects that led to the development of the databases, illustrate the evolution and utility of these indicator websites, and discuss how community indicator systems or data tools systems can be powerful outputs from the practice of HIA and can support Health in All Policies work. 

Moderator
avatar for David Abraham

David Abraham

Sustainability Research, Rice University
Urban Sustainability. Performance Metrics. Community Metrics. Health and Well Being. Health Impact Assessments.

Speakers
avatar for Brittany Fitz-Chapman

Brittany Fitz-Chapman

Director of Data and Research, Prosper Waco
Brittany is the Director of Data and Research for a collective impact initiative in Waco, Texas that focuses on improving the Health, Education, and Financial Security of local residents. With her PhD in Applied Sociology she works with the non-profit sector to build capacity regarding... Read More →
avatar for Megan Wall Shui

Megan Wall Shui

Senior Epidemiologist, SF Department of Public Health


Monday September 26, 2016 11:00am - 11:50am EDT
Angle 8th Fl

11:00am EDT

Impacting Family Wellbeing: 1) Co-Designing with Families to Improve their Well-Being; 2) Making Well-Being the Foundation of our Work in Population Health
Children's Health (a pediatric health system located in Dallas, TX) will make two back-to-back presentations:

1) Co-Designing with Families to Improve their Well-Being: building prototypes that were tested in the Lake Highlands community of Dallas, we developed a Family Well-Being Quotient (FWBQ) that was administered pre-, during and post-prototype. The two prototypes will be described, and the findings from the measurement process will be explained in detail. Session

2) Making Well-Being the Foundation of our Work in Population Health. We will present a model that links key health care and social service financing and delivery around the needs of family well-being. The model will be reviewed in detail, and the formal linkages that Children's Health has forged among the component parts of the model will be shared. The measurement approach for the model performance and expected outcomes will be reviewed, as well as lessons learned about community engagement.

Speakers
avatar for Peter Roberts

Peter Roberts

President, Population Health and Insurance Services, Children’s Health System of Texas
President for Population Health and Insurance Services, Children’s Health System of Texas Peter Roberts serves as President for Population Health and Insurance Services of Children’s Health System of Texas. Since joining Children’s in 2011, Peter has conceived, organized and... Read More →


Monday September 26, 2016 11:00am - 11:50am EDT
Academy Hall

11:00am EDT

1) Understanding Shelter Affordability Issues: Towards a Better Policy Framework; 2) Social Equity Impact Assessment
1) Understanding Shelter Affordability Issues: Towards a Better Policy Framework (Smetanin) Housing affordability has become an increasing problem for a growing number of Canadian households. To identify and connect the concepts and factors that contribute to the affordability challenges of shelter, CANCEA created and will presnt a Shelter Consumption Affordability Ratio (SCAR index) that focuses upon the consumption needs of shelter.   

2) Social Equity Impact Assessment (Brenman) 
Social equity impact assessment is a set of tools to help determine what the logical and foreseeable consequences of a project will be on disadvantaged groups developed by the presenter after work on successful civil rights and environmental justice legal cases. It allows infrastructure developers, operators, service providers, and governments to avoid adverse impacts of their work on traditionally disadvantaged communities. 

Speakers
avatar for Marc Brenman

Marc Brenman

IDARE LLC
Marc Brenman, Exec. Dir., Washington State Human Rights Commission, 2004- 2009; Senior Policy Advisor for Civil Rights, US Dept. of Transportation, 1995-2004. Office for Civil Rights, Education Dept., investigator to Division Director. Member, Health Equity and Civil Rights Project... Read More →
avatar for Paul Smetanin

Paul Smetanin

President, CANCEA
Paul Smetanin is the President of the Canadian Centre for Economic Analysis (CANCEA), a research and data organization that provides independent and evidence-based analysis in order to understand the short and long term risks and returns behind policy decisions and prosperity outcomes... Read More →


Monday September 26, 2016 11:00am - 11:50am EDT
Balcony D upstairs on 9th Fl

12:30pm EDT

Keynote Presentation: Towards a Radical Statistical Constitution

What we measure, matters.  It shapes policy, politics, and societal debate.  Our focus on GDP contributes to an obsession with economic growth. And it supports narratives of individual success built around materialism. Saamah Abdallah will explore how and why simple numbers can have such a powerful harmful effect.  He will present the results of a major European study looking at how alternative indicators of progress, including the world of community indicators, can take us beyond this obsession; exploring the motivations of those involved in the ‘alternative’ or ‘Beyond GDP’ indicator movement, and identifying success factors.  He will conclude by making the case for the use of subjective wellbeing measures, drawing on examples of initiatives in the UK, US and Europe. 

As one major European statistical agency outlines, a new measurement framework can serve as a ‘statistical constitution’.  Saamah will argue for a radical statistical constitution to overcome the challenges wealthy nations face in the 21st century.


Speakers
avatar for Saamah Abdallah

Saamah Abdallah

Senior Researcher and Programme Manager, Wellbeing, New Economics Foundation
Programme Manager at the Centre for Wellbeing, where he has worked since its foundation in 2006. He has worked extensively on the Happy Planet Index, and was lead author of the most recent reports. He has also been involved in other measures of both national and local progress, and... Read More →


Monday September 26, 2016 12:30pm - 1:30pm EDT
Academy Hall

1:30pm EDT

Metrics to Improve Equity: 1) How One Community is Using Indicator Data to Fight Poverty; 2) The Demography of Inequality; 3) The Innovative Development of GRAAHI's Health Equity Index to Improve and Sustain Health Conditions in West Michigan
Three individual presentations with one common thread: using data to improve equity:
1) How One Community is Using Indicator Data to Fight Poverty (Rosenberg)  Rochester NY has one of the highest rates of child poverty in the nation. A focus on community indicator data has led to a high-level, cross-sector effort to reduce poverty in both the city and larger community, with local and state officials leading the effort alongside the United Way. A data team made up of community experts is informing the Rochester-Monroe Anti-Poverty Initiative, helping to set and measure goals. The initiative is now focused on two of the most troubled neighborhoods in the City, and is collecting household-level data through surveys to try to identify barriers to work and self-sufficiency.

2) The Demography of Inequity (Jarosz) PRB developed a novel approach of tracking well-being for communities in the United States by combining both measures (inequality and poverty) into a composite measure, using a classification scheme, along with interactive visualization tools, to track trends in economic well-being across counties in the U.S. from 1989-present.

3) The Innovative Development of GRAAHI's Health Equity Index to Improve and Sustain Health Conditions in West Michigan (Ivy) With improving the health of African Americans as its main focus, GRAAHI developed its Health Equity Index (GRAAHI's Index or Index) to provide community members, organizations and policymakers with data, resources and recommendations to improve health knowledge and behaviors in West Michigan. This form of information sharing, presented in a simple manner and format, can be more effective and sustainable compared to programs and services that require trainings and consistent funding.

Moderator
avatar for Sarah Treuhaft

Sarah Treuhaft

Director, PolicyLink
Sarah Treuhaft is Director of Equitable Growth Initiatives at PolicyLink, a national research and action institute advancing economic and social equity. Sarah coordinates the organization’s work on demographic change and the economy, collaborating with local and national partners... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Andrae Ivy

Andrae Ivy

Research Coordinator, Grand Rapids African American Health Institute
Andrae Ivy is currently the Research Coordinator of the Grand Rapids African American Health Institute (GRAAHI) in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Andrae is an Epidemiologist who received his Master of Public Health degree from Saint Louis University and his Bachelor of Science degree in... Read More →
avatar for Beth Jarosz

Beth Jarosz

Senior Research Associate, U.S. Programs, Population Reference Bureau
Beth Jarosz is a senior research associate in PRB’s United States Programs. She oversees PRB's work with the Lucile Packard Foundation for Children’s Health to support their KidsData.org website. She analyzes data from various state and national surveys and other data sources... Read More →
avatar for Erika Rosenberg

Erika Rosenberg

Principal, Center for Governmental Research
Erika Rosenberg’s primary focus is helping clients and communities make meaningful use of data to drive productive discussions on performance and think strategically about how to achieve positive change. She has extensive knowledge in areas encompassing education, program evaluation... Read More →


Monday September 26, 2016 1:30pm - 2:45pm EDT
Vista 8th Fl

1:30pm EDT

Education & Community Resilience: 1) Exploring the Community Impact of Long-term Investment in Children and Families; 2) Indicators For Success: Dropout Prevention and Positive Youth Development; 3) Chickens & Eggs: Relationship of Schools & Communities i
Three presentations explore large-scale impact at the community and program levels for youth, concluding with a look at the interrelationships between school performance and neighborhood quality indicators:

1) Exploring the Community Impact of Long-term Investment in Children and Families (Hanson)  The Children's Trust is a dedicated source of revenue established by voter referendum, with the mission to partner with the community to plan, advocate for and fund strategic investments that improve the lives of all children and families in Miami-Dade County. Our 33 member board of directors represents all the major child and youth serving entities and envisions a community that works together to provide the essential foundations to enable children to achieve their full potential. Since 2004, The Trust has invested an average of $100 million annually in community prevention programs for children, youth and families. A recent retrospective look at long-term community indicator trends in 4th grade reading levels, middle school physical activity levels and substance use, teen birth and arrest rates, youth homicides and graduation rates will be discussed in terms of the many transformational investments, policies and collaborations that have taken place over the last decade to support improvements. However, indicators also give us focus and direction to the continuing efforts needed to reach our vision of all children achieving their full potential.

2) Indicators For Success: Dropout Prevention and Positive Youth Development in Middle Schools (Sackman)  FHI 360’s Indicators for Success program trains and prepares middle school leaders, staff, students, families, service providers, and community-based stakeholders in the use of “early warning” indicators that identify young adolescent students who are at risk of dropping out of school prior to high school graduation so that they can effectively provide interventions and supports to keep all students on the path to healthy development and academic and postsecondary success. This presentation identifies highly effective approaches and implementation strategies that help schools effectively use data to match students with tiered supports and interventions, and monitor their development of the knowledge, skills, habits, and mindsets necessary for academic and life success. 

3) Chickens and Eggs: Relationship of Schools and Communities in Houston (King) This presentation examines the impact of school performance on neighborhood quality based on a comprehensive suite of sustainability indicators. Data Science is quickly developing into an important and sexy field, but an interdisciplinary or comprehensive analysis approach is necessary to solve urban problems in a fragmented system of urban governance. This presentation demonstrates an opportunity to comprehensively examine school performance.

Moderator
Speakers
avatar for David Abraham

David Abraham

Sustainability Research, Rice University
Urban Sustainability. Performance Metrics. Community Metrics. Health and Well Being. Health Impact Assessments.
avatar for K. Lori Hanson

K. Lori Hanson

Chief of Research, Evaluation and Strategic Planning, The Children's Trust
avatar for Risa Sackman

Risa Sackman

Director of School Development and Support, FHI 360
Director of School Support and Development, FHI360 I'm focused on school improvement in high poverty communities and the integration of positive youth development and the indicators for success into school based supports and interventions to ensure all students are on track.


Monday September 26, 2016 1:30pm - 2:50pm EDT
Academy Hall

1:30pm EDT

All about data applications: 1) Measuring What Matters: Tracking Progress Towards Outcomes; 2) Moving from Community Indicators to Data Consumers: Exploring potential of R Platform; 3) Section 508 compliance's impact on software, web-based apps
Three independent presentations on tools for to enable tracking of wellbeing:

1) Measuring What Matters: Tracking Progress Toward Outcomes with a New Tool on Community Commons  (Riggs)  The  Community Commons team has partnered with 100 Million Healthier Lives to create a tool to measure what matters toward their goal of improving 100 million lives.  This innovative tool allows communities to articulate the work they are dong, the goals they hope to achieve, and their target populations.  The tool allows for simple tracking and display of progress over time.

2) Moving from Community Indicators to Data Consumers: Exploring the Potential of the R Platform (Ridzi)
 As discussions of citizen science (i.e. crowd science, crowd-sourced science, civic science, volunteer monitoring or networked science) and the power of shared data gain legitimacy, we find an increasing trend such that countries, regions, cities and communities all over the world have set up open data web sites in the hope that concerned community members might take the opportunity to engage in "data mining" and find interesting trends that merit policy refinement. In this session we first review some of the ways in which citizen science approaches correspond with the ideals and goals of community indicator projects; explore how the open-source software (OSS) platform can serve as a bridge to link community indicators projects to citizen science; describe how combining of those data with proprietary data NS then display such data on web-based analysis tools.

3) Section 508 compliance's impact on software, web-based applications, and websites (Grinstein/Paciello/Metz/Stubblefield) This presentation will briefly discuss the legal aspects of Section 508's application which prohibits discrimination to oftware, web-based applications, and websites.  We will introduce the key technical requirements for accessibility including layout, design, navigation and feedback. Finally we will discuss the challenges of generating text alternative for non-text content such as images and visualizations and provide examples of public accessibility compliant webpages incorporating visualizations of data.

Moderator
avatar for Craig Helmstetter

Craig Helmstetter

Senior Research Manager, Wilder Research
As a Senior Research Manager Craig oversees a research unit of 15 staff, who focus on data-driven projects including: the Compass quality of life initiative, which provides information on an array of topics relating to the region's well-being; Minnesota's Homeless Management Information... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Georges Grinstein

Georges Grinstein

Professor and Director, [not provided]
Georges Grinstein is Professor of Computer Science at the University of Massachusetts Lowell, head of its Bioinformatics Program and Director of its Institute for Visualization and Perception Research. My work is broad and interdisciplinary, covering the perceptual and cognitive... Read More →
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Mike Paciello

Founder, Partner, The Paciello Group
avatar for Frank Ridzi

Frank Ridzi

Vice President Community Investment / Assoc Prof, Central New York Community Foundation and Le Moyne College
Frank Ridzi, PhD, MPA, is Vice President for Community Investment at the Central New York Community Foundation, Associate Professor of Sociology at Le Moyne College and President of the Board of Directors for the Community Indicators Consortium. Frank has helped to launch and lead... Read More →
avatar for Kara Riggs

Kara Riggs

Data Specialist, Institute for People, Place and Possibility
Kara Riggs is a data specialist at the Institute for People, Place and Possibility. She can be found helping community leaders interpret and visualize their data, and she enjoys helping build the bridge between communities and the power of their local data. Kara has a Bachelor of... Read More →


Monday September 26, 2016 1:30pm - 2:50pm EDT
Balcony D upstairs on 9th Fl

1:30pm EDT

Large-scale Partnerships: 1) Gulf Coast Workforce Report Card; 2) Sustainable Jersey: Connecting Local Implementation to Statewide Indicators; 3) MAP Dashboard: How a Partnership is Transforming Southern Arizona
Three presentations on the challenges of using regional-scale goals and indicators to guide local actors:
1) Gulf Coast Workforce Report Card (Ramirez/Harvey) The Gulf Coast Workforce Board and its operating affiliate Workforce Solutions are the public workforce system in the 13-county Houston-Galveston region of Texas. In 2006, the Gulf Coast Workforce Board produced the first Report Card as a tool to gauge the region's competitiveness in relation to similar metropolitan areas across the United States. We will show how a series of community round-table discussions have created a new and unique opportunity for the Workforce Board and employers to interact with education leaders around the shared interest of helping young people succeed in a global economy. 
2) Sustainable Jersey - Connecting Local Implementation to Statewide Indicators (Solomon/McDermott)   Two related challenges commonly face community sustainability programs: (1) to establish clear linkages between local actions and measurable progress towards sustainability at higher scales, and (2) to assemble of a network of communities and partners that enables such collective progress to be made.  This presentation will explore how Sustainable Jersey, a network and movement of over 400 municipalities across the state of New Jersey, has made strides towards meeting these challenges. 
3) MAP Dashboard: How a Partnership is Transforming Southern Arizona (Pullen) This presentation will describe how the Making Action Possible (MAP) Dashboard has successfully measured the well-being of Southern Arizona and facilitated decision making across a wide range of socio-economic indicators. The MAP fills a gap in our community by providing a common collection of information upon which to evaluate performance and take action. This presentation will include an example of how the MAP Dashboard has influenced discussions on education issues within our community and best practices for delivering accurate well-timed data. The presentation will conclude with an example of how the MAP Dashboard has informed discussions within our community about where we stand, how we compare, and where change is needed. 



Moderator
avatar for Lyle Wray

Lyle Wray

Executive Director, Capitol Region Council of Governments
Executive DirectorCapital Region Council of Governments

Speakers
avatar for Parker Harvey

Parker Harvey

Sr. Regional Economist, Gulf Coast Workforce Board/Workforce Solutions
I'm a graduate of the London School of Economics. I've lived, worked, and/or studied in Europe, Latin America, Asia, and the Middle East.
avatar for Melanie McDermott

Melanie McDermott

Senior Researcher, Sustainable Jersey
With degrees in interdisciplinary social science (PhD.) and forestry (MSc.), MELANIE MCDERMOTT has over 20 years’ experience in the U.S., Asia, Southern Africa, and the Caribbean in academic and applied research and consulting. Major topics of this work include community forestry... Read More →
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Jennifer Pullen

Research Economist and Program Coordinator, MAP Dashboard, Economic and Business Research Center, University of Arizona
As a research economist in the Economic and Business Research Center at the University of Arizona’s Eller College of Management, Jennifer is currently project manager and analyst for the Making Action Possible (MAP) Dashboard. The MAP Dashboard was created to measurably improve... Read More →
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Michelle Ramirez

Strategic Planning Manager, Gulf Coast Workforce Board
The Gulf Coast Workforce Board is the public workforce system for the Houston-Galveston region of Texas. Together with our operating affiliate Workforce Solutions, we help employers build a stronger workforce and help people build careers.
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Randall Solomon

Sustainable Jersey
Randall Solomon, Co-Director, Sustainable Jersey and The Sustainability Institute at The College of New Jersey. Mr. Solomon has 20 years of experience working as a change agent and policy entrepreneur in government, academia, and the non-profit sector. He is a founder, and current... Read More →


Monday September 26, 2016 1:30pm - 3:20pm EDT
Angle 8th Fl

3:00pm EDT

Visualizing Data to Strengthen the Community: 1) Visual Analytics to ID Food Insecure Areas 2) ZipRisk Project: Interactive Mapping Tool to ID High Risk Children; 3) Spatial Context of Community Welllbeing: Mapping CIW Indicators
Around the theme of Data Visualization to Strengthen Communities, this session offers 3 presentations:
1) Visual Analytics to Identify Food Insecure Areas (Borders/Ferris) Student consultants analyzed potential indicators of food insecurity, drilling down within each county of West Michigan to identify areas with particularly acute needs. The analysis resulted in a series of online maps, depicting key indicators of food insecurity by Census Tract with the locations and pounds of food distributed to each pantry during 2015. The student consultants also calculated a Food Balance Score for each Census Tract. The efforts of the student consultants are being utilized to work more effectively with local food pantries and to better target locations where needs exist.
 2) ZipRisk Project: Interactive Mapping Tool to Identify Highest-risk Zip Codes for Child Maltreatment  (Booker) The ZipRisk Mapping Project is a tool that identifies highest-risk zip codes for child maltreatment by creating an overall risk ranking based on key indicators.  The goal of this tool is to improve accessibility and utility of data to prevent child maltreatement and affect legislative change.  
3) The Spatial Context of Community Wellbeing: Mapping Canadian Index of Wellbeing Indicators (Smale) Many community-based indicator systems are designed to report aggregate measures of wellbeing that describe the circumstances and wellbeing of residents. However, such approaches typically fail to consider the spatial properties of those measures and consequently how wellbeing varies across the community. Adopting a spatial perspective of community wellbeing makes it possible to incorporate many of the social and economic factors regarded by researchers as influential in people's behaviours and preferences. 

Moderator
avatar for Craig Helmstetter

Craig Helmstetter

Senior Research Manager, Wilder Research
As a Senior Research Manager Craig oversees a research unit of 15 staff, who focus on data-driven projects including: the Compass quality of life initiative, which provides information on an array of topics relating to the region's well-being; Minnesota's Homeless Management Information... Read More →

Speakers
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Stephen Borders

Grand Valley State University
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Blake Ferris

Student, Grand Valley State University
Blake Ferris is in his final year as an undergraduate student at Grand Valley State University. He is studying Public, Nonprofit, and Health Administration. He has been working with Feeding America West Michigan to identify areas that are food insecure. With considerable help from... Read More →
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Dana Booker, Ph.D.

Director of Research, TexProtects
Howdy! While Dallas has been my place of residence for 7yrs, I am originally from Albuquerque!
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Bryan Smale

Professor and Director, Canadian Index of Wellbeing


Monday September 26, 2016 3:00pm - 4:30pm EDT
Vista 8th Fl

3:00pm EDT

Measuring the Value of Wellbeing -- the Whats and Ways  of Community Connectedness - Sharing  Local,  Regional,  (Inter)national Data
Panel

Speakers
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Susan Brutschy

President, Applied Survey Research
Ms. Brutschy is the co-founder and President of Applied Survey Research, a non-profit community research organization. She is an experienced sociologist and has spearheaded the development and implementation of hundreds of social research projects over the course of her 35-year career... Read More →
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Samantha Green

Project Manager, ASR
Samantha Green is a research analyst with Applied Survey Research, a non-profit organization helping build better communities through data. Her work links program performance and population outcomes in an effort to improve community wellbeing. She is interested in social disparities... Read More →
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Brian Sala

Deputy Director for Evaluation and Program Operations Mental Health Services Oversight and Accountability Commission, State of California
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Katherine Scrivens

Policy Analyst/ Wikiprogress Manager, OECD
I work in the Well-Being Measurement Division of the OECD Statistics Directorate as Policy Analyst and Project Manager, working on a range of projects belonging to the Better Life Initiative, an OECD-wide project to help put people's well-being at the heart of policy-making. I'm currently... Read More →


Monday September 26, 2016 3:00pm - 4:30pm EDT
Angle 8th Fl

3:00pm EDT

Making Data Count: 1) Taking Performance Monitoring to the Next Level: Reporting on Community Indicators; 2) How Aunt Bertha innovates to meet real-time community needs; 3) Establishing Indicator Systems as a Piece of Social Infrastructure in the Communit
Three presentations that show innovations to make data count:
1) Taking performance monitoring to the next level: Reporting on Community indicators (Larson/Sandkamp)
 Government monitoring programs are rarely equipped to adequately address the complexity of society, since they often focus on the programmatic activities that we can control. The City of Minneapolis recognizes that, though we can't control many social outcomes, we have a responsibility to better understand what it means to live here and be a part of our community. This session would take participants through our indicator setting process, including examples of high-quality community engagement and into the reports and roundtables themselves, as we discuss meaningful ways to tie an organization's work to larger community outcomes and get people across departments and sectors talking to one another

2) How Aunt Bertha innovates to meet real-time community needs (Johnson): Aunt Bertha, a Public Benefit Corporation based in Austin, TX, is a national resource with real-time data about the services individuals in our communities are looking for and whether or not they are able to find help. Our users, people searching for free and reduced cost social service programs, are our "north star" as we navigate the ever-changing waters of this space: we are accountable to their needs and learn from their actions when making key business decisions. In this presentation, we will share our experiences building responsive data systems that inform internal product design and features, as well as data sharing with our customers and other community leaders. We will walk participants through the iterative journey from raw data to measurable impact, and explore potential for collaboration. 

3) Establishing Indicator Systems as a Piece of Social Infrastructure in the Community (Granger/Temmer) In this presentation we will share the recent experiences and lessons learned in establishing the Peg indicator system as a piece of social infrastructure in the community. The objective of this presentation is to share new approaches to engaging different types of stakeholders, establishing Peg in systemic processes (e.g., education and health), and exploring formal connections with collective impact. Together this establishes Peg as a "go-to?\" source for information and a decision-making tool for improving well being in Winnipeg. A question period will also allow the audience to share their experiences and strategies for how they are establishing themselves within their own communities.


Moderator
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Lyle Wray

Executive Director, Capitol Region Council of Governments
Executive DirectorCapital Region Council of Governments

Speakers
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Jason Granger

Senior Manager, Strategic Initiatives - United Way Winnipeg, Peg
Jason Granger is the Senior Manager, Strategic Initiatives with United Way Winnipeg. He has worked in various areas of community development in the non-profit sector for the past thirteen years, including community arts, poverty reduction, and organizational capacity building. At... Read More →
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Andrea Larson

Results Management Coordinator, City of Minneapolis
Andrea is the City of Minneapolis’ Results Management Coordinator, leading their work on enterprise strategic planning, analysis and reporting. In this role, Andrea is responsible for setting the management and reporting structures for the City and her focus is on evolving the way... Read More →
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Margo Johnson, LMSW

Director of Community Product & Partnerships, Aunt Bertha
Margo leads the Data Analytics & Reporting as well as the Community Engagement departments at Aunt Bertha (www.auntbertha.com). Aunt Bertha is a mission-driven company that exists to make human service information accessible to people and programs. Margo is looking to build connections... Read More →
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Laurelyn Sandkamp

Business Process + Data Analyst, City of Minneapolis
Laurelyn is a Business Process + Data Analyst for the City of Minneapolis, leading enterprise analysis and reporting around the City’s thirty adopted community indicators. In this role, Laurelyn collaborates extensively with City staff and external stakeholders, using quantitative... Read More →


Monday September 26, 2016 3:00pm - 4:30pm EDT
Academy Hall

3:00pm EDT

Indicator Databases: 1) Measuring progress and well-being: A comparative review of indicators; 2) The State of Community Indicators: What are we measuring and what should we be measuring?; 3) Measuring Community Indicators
1) Measuring progress and well-being: A comparative review of indicators (Barrington-Leigh)  We provide a new database sampling well-being and progress indicators implemented since the 1970s at all geographic scales. We find that a most promising innovation is the indices whose weights are accountable to empirical data, in particular through models of subjective well-being. We conclude by amplifying others' advocacy for the appropriate separation of current well-being from environmental indicators, and for the avoidance of aggregation except where it is meaningful.

2) The State of Community Indicators: What are we measuring and what should we be measuring? (Juelfs-Swanson) By what metrics and indicators can we measure and determine if our cities are thriving? This question animates Thriving Cities’ soon-to-be released interactive web-based Indicator Explorer. The Thriving Cities’ Indicator Explorer is a unique web-based tool that highlights the various ways communities and cities are being measuring. Based on a comprehensive survey of community indicator projects that yielded over 3,000 indicators, the Indicator Explorer displays 180 of the most popular metrics used in communities across the U.S. These leading indicators are filtered by popularity and strength of social science research. This presentation will cover some of the trends in indicator selection, as gleaned from the survey, as well as the Indicator Explorer.

3) Measuring Community Indicators (Kubursi)  The presenters have developed a robust, multi-faceted computer model for use by individual government departments and agencies to estimate financial, socio-economic, and environmental quantitative impacts of projects proposals. The model highlighted in this paper belongs to a family of models developed in concert with decision-makers over a number of years. We will discuss how community indicators are relevant to decision-makers and new metrics are incorporated as improvements to indicators are made.

Moderator
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Chantal Stevens

Executive Director, Community Indicators Consortium
Chantal Stevens joined the Community Indicators Consortium as an early Board Member, 2005-2008, then again in 2012 and has been CIC's Executive Director since 2013.  She's an experienced nonprofit manager who was formerly the Executive Director of Sustainable Seattle, a pioneer in... Read More →

Speakers
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Chris Barrington-Leigh

Assistant Professor, McGill University
I'm an academic economist. In my research I aim to understand what subjective well-being can teach us about society, communities & sustainability. I am also studying global urban growth patterns through the local connectivity of roads in residential developments. Former physicist... Read More →
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Megan Juelfs-Swanson

Chief Data Officer, Thriving Cities Group
Megan Juelfs-Swanson is the data analyst for the Thriving Cities. She brings more than a decade of experience collecting, analyzing, and presenting data. Some of her previous projects include analyzing community indicator projects, finding ways to measure poverty to reflect the lived... Read More →
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Atif Kubursi

Econometric Research Limited


Monday September 26, 2016 3:00pm - 4:30pm EDT
Balcony D upstairs on 9th Fl

4:30pm EDT

Pecha Kucha or How to Present your Organization to the World in 6 minutes and 40 seconds
What IS PechaKucha?!

"PechaKucha 20x20 is a simple presentation format where you show 20 images, each for 20 seconds."  Sounds simple, and it is, but it's also a dynamic and challenging presentation format.  Architects Astrid Klein and Mark Dytham developed this format because "architects talk too much!"  Short format presentations help speakers get to the point ... and help audiences avoid death by PowerPoint.  As they say at Ignite (a similar short presentation format), "Enlighten us. But make it quick."

This panel will feature three PechaKucha speakers and be followed by a discussion of how you can use this format in your work!
  1. What quarter life crisis?  Almost 25 years for Truckee Meadows Tomorrow (Cafferata)
  2. What is an Inclusive Economy and how would you measure it? (Pacetti)
  3. The fACTs to ACT and measure impACT. (Johnson)

Moderator
avatar for Chantal Stevens

Chantal Stevens

Executive Director, Community Indicators Consortium
Chantal Stevens joined the Community Indicators Consortium as an early Board Member, 2005-2008, then again in 2012 and has been CIC's Executive Director since 2013.  She's an experienced nonprofit manager who was formerly the Executive Director of Sustainable Seattle, a pioneer in... Read More →

Speakers
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Elisa Cafferata

Board Member, Truckee Meadows Tomorrow
I started out as an intern with Truckee Meadows Regional Planning Agency and that's how I got my start with Truckee Meadows Tomorrow and the Quality of Life Indicators ... 23 years ago!
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Ann Johnson

Executive Director, ACT Rochester
Ann Johnson, ACT Rochester director for over nine years, has extensive leadership experience in business, government, education and the non-profit sector. She is highly effective at building and leveraging relationships to maximize productivity and drive positive change.A native of... Read More →
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Emily Garr Pacetti

Associate Director, Inclusive Economies & Cities, The Rockefeller Foundation
Talk to me about inequality, urban and regional economic development, and how you use data to know whether or not you are improving the lives of low and middle-income people in your city for the long-term.


Monday September 26, 2016 4:30pm - 5:00pm EDT
Academy Hall

6:00pm EDT

Reception at Kaiser Permanente Center for Total Health
Kaiser Permanente and the CIC Board of Directors are co-hosting this reception, caterered with healthy, tasty food and an open wine and beer bar, at the Kaiser Permanente Center for Total Health, an interactive learning destination that demonstrates what Kaiser Permanente and others have done and are doing to advance health care in the United States.

The reception is a time to meet your peers, make new connections, enjoy the Center's activities, sample delicious food, decompress with a glass of wine or beer (or soft drink) and be inspired.

Groups will depart from the Courtyard Hotel and from the Conference Center at 5:30 to walk and ride the Metro (tickets provided) to the reception. If you want to get there on your own, directions follow.

Address: Kaiser Permanente Center for Total Health, 700 2nd Street NE -  Washington, DC

Directions:  http://centerfortotalhealth.org/find-us/

Public Transportation
The Center for Total Health is accessible via a 10 minute Metro ride on the Red Line from Dupont Circle Metro Station to Union Station.  From inside Union Station, walk to the end of the Amtrak Gates (Gate L), and turn left to walk through the double glass doors. Follow the tunnel to the end, then turn right and take the elevators down to LL.Step out of the elevator, and turn left. Follow the hallway to the Kaiser Permanente entrance (it will be on your right).

Bike & Walking
The Center for Total Health is located on the southern end of the Metropolitan Branch Trail, making it a bike and pedestrian friendly spot! There is a Capitol Bikeshare station at Dupont Circle and one in front of the CTH

Driving
There is no parking onsite at the Center for Total Health. There are several nearby public garages, including directly across the street at 701 2nd Street NE. Union Station also has a large parking garage. Metered street parking is available in the neighborhood, though like most urban areas it can be difficult to find an open spot.

Uber
An Uber ride from the conference center to the CTH is estimated to cost $9-12.
 

Monday September 26, 2016 6:00pm - 8:00pm EDT
Kaiser Permanente Center for Total Health 700 Second St. NE Washington, DC 20002
 
Tuesday, September 27
 

7:15am EDT

Board and Member Meeting
Interested in meeting your CIC board members, sharing your thoughts about CIC and its future, or joining the board in the future, attend the member meeting with the CIC Board of Directors for a discussion on CIC's mission, direction and services.  

Moderator
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Karen Hruby

Mgt Firm / Dir Data & Research, Truckee Meadows Tomorrow (TMT)
Karen L. Hruby, PhD, is a past-president of the Community Indicators Consortium.  She acts as the management firm / director of data & research (past executive director) for Truckee Meadows Tomorrow (TMT), known for its grassroots approach to quality of life measurement and improvement... Read More →

Tuesday September 27, 2016 7:15am - 8:15am EDT
Vista B 8th Floor

8:45am EDT

Plenary Panel: : Leveraging Data to Improve Community Health and Well-being
Health is central to well-being, and as evidenced by its conclusion in the UN Sustainable Development Goals “ensuring healthy lives and promoting well-being for all at all ages” is one of the most pressing challenges facing societies today. In the US – which currently ranks only 27th in life expectancy among the 35 member countries of the OECD – it has become increasingly clear that solutions to health problems must encompass more than reforms to health care systems. Experts, such as Dr. Anthony Iton, our 2015 keynote speaker, tell us that the social determinants of health – including geography, environmental factors, lifestyle behaviours, and racism and other forms of exclusion – carry more weight than genetics and access to medical care when it comes to health. As such, community actors and practitioners are recognizing the importance of pursuing a broader vision of health as a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.

Given these complexities, how can communities make better use of data to step up to the challenge of improving health and well-being for all? This panel aims to shed some light on the issues by presenting the experiences of a range of projects that are striving to build healthier communities through the innovative use of data and evidence.

Moderator
avatar for Katherine Scrivens

Katherine Scrivens

Policy Analyst/ Wikiprogress Manager, OECD
I work in the Well-Being Measurement Division of the OECD Statistics Directorate as Policy Analyst and Project Manager, working on a range of projects belonging to the Better Life Initiative, an OECD-wide project to help put people's well-being at the heart of policy-making. I'm currently... Read More →

Speakers
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Huilan Krenn

Director of Learning & Impact, W.K. Kellogg Foundation
Prior to being Director of Learning & Impact, Dr. Huilan Krenn was director of evaluation for the W.K. Kellogg Foundation.  She is responsible for leading and managing activities in support of all WKKF programming areas and helping the organization measure and understand the outcomes... Read More →
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Soma Stout, MD

Executive Lead, 100 Million Healthier Lives, Institute for Healthcare Improvement
Somava S. Stout, MD MS is Vice President of Patient-Centered Medical Home Development at the Cambridge Health Alliance and Co-Director of Leadership Programs at the Harvard Medical School Center for Primary Care. Her work focuses on the transformation of health systems in underserved... Read More →
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Carolyn E. Miller

Senior Program Officer, Research-Evaluation-Learning Unit, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Carolyn Miller, a senior program officer in the Research-Evaluation-Learning unit, joined the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) in 2013. Previously, as the principal of Carolyn Miller Consulting in Princeton, Miller provided quantitative and qualitative research for commercial... Read More →
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Tyler Norris

Vice President, Total Health Partnerships, Kaiser Permanente
Tyler Norris, MDiv, is an entrepreneur and founder of over a dozen businesses and social ventures. His three decades of service in the public, private, and non-profit sectors have focused on population health, community vitality, and equitable prosperity. Tyler serves as vice president... Read More →


Tuesday September 27, 2016 8:45am - 10:00am EDT
Academy Hall

10:00am EDT

Regional Initiatives: 1) 2015 DataHaven Community Wellbeing Survey: Results from America's largest neighborhood-level wellbeing survey; 2) FutureMakers Coalition: Centralizing Data towards a Regional Education Initiative in Southwest Florida
Two presentations that highlight regional initiatives around data:
1) 2015 DataHaven Community Wellbeing Survey: Results from America's largest neighborhood-level wellbeing survey (Abraham) 
In 2015, DataHaven expanded its Community Wellbeing Survey to encompass the entire State of Connecticut and sections of New York State, while retaining its mission to produce high-quality neighborhood-level and regional estimates for major metropolitan areas throughout the state. Learn about results from the Community Wellbeing Survey, which is considered the largest neighborhood-level well-being survey in the United States, and how results are being used to drive neighborhood-level action throughout Connecticut. 

2) FutureMakers Coalition: Centralizing Data towards a Regional Education Initiative in Southwest Florida (LeSage/Skalecki/Ocsody)
 The FutureMakers Coalition is a regional initiative in Southwest Florida, in partnership with the Lumina Foundation, with a goal to transform the workforce. In a Coalition of more than 125 organizational partners, data collection and outcome measurement become formidable tasks, but by identifying best practices, adopting regional outcomes, and providing a base of discipline and structure towards the measurement of data, the FutureMakers Coalition is on a path to success. 

Moderator
avatar for Craig Helmstetter

Craig Helmstetter

Senior Research Manager, Wilder Research
As a Senior Research Manager Craig oversees a research unit of 15 staff, who focus on data-driven projects including: the Compass quality of life initiative, which provides information on an array of topics relating to the region's well-being; Minnesota's Homeless Management Information... Read More →

Speakers
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Mark Abraham

Executive Director, DataHaven
Mark Abraham is the Executive Director of DataHaven, a National Neighborhood Indicators Partnership organization that partners with government, academic, health care, and community organizations to collect, analyze, and share public information about community well-being in Connecticut... Read More →
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Tessa Lesage

Director of Social Innovation & Sustainability, Southwest Florida Community Foundation
Director of Social Innovation and Sustainability
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Ashley Skalecki

Regional Initiatives and Partnerships Coordinator, Southwest Florida Community Foundation
Ashley Skalecki joined the Southwest Florida Community Foundation as the Regional Initiatives and Partnerships Coordinator in 2015. Ashley has an extensive background in policy, and graduated with her Master’s Degree in Public Administration in 2015. Much of Ashley’s work at... Read More →


Tuesday September 27, 2016 10:00am - 10:50am EDT
Vista 8th Fl

10:00am EDT

Meaningful Impact - Collectively Measured
Meaningful Impact - Collectively Measured (Helmrich/Gillette) United Way of Greater Milwaukee and Waukesha County (UWGMWC) has partnered with Seabrooks to build a data collection tool that provides a platform for consistent data collection through the completion of a common measurement tool. The purpose of this presentation is to educate practitioners on how to collectively measure outcomes, but also provide an opportunity to learn how to collect those outcomes using this data collection tool. This session will be an interactive learning session. Participants will walk away with 1) the understanding of Community Outcomes and data collection; 2) the ability to collect data in a simple user friendly system that increases productivity and increases the integrity of data; and 3) marketing tools that can be used to effectively share the data with community members.

Speakers
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Stacey Gillette

Director of Business Development & Innovation, Seabrooks
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Dawn Helmrich

Director of Research and Evaluation, United Way of Greater Milwaukee & Waukesha County
Dawn Helmrich is the Director of Research and Evaluation at United Way of Greater Milwaukee and Waukesha County. During her tenure she has helped develop the Community Outcomes Project into a nationally recognized model and works directly with the community to ensure that funded programs... Read More →


Tuesday September 27, 2016 10:00am - 10:50am EDT
Academy Hall

10:00am EDT

Getting Started with Performance Management
How do data intermediary organizations and community indicator initiatives know their work is making a difference? How do they continuously improving their work? They can answer these questions by carefully defining and measuring their performance and reflecting upon and communicating findings internally, and to their funders and constituents.

The Urban Institute's National Neighborhood Indicators Partnership (NNIP) has developed a guidebook on performance management for data intermediaries. Organizations managing community indicators projects undertake very similar work to NNIP partner organizations. Both provide data and frameworks to inform community conversations in order to influence others' decisions. CIC members can learn from NNIP partners' experiences. In fact, about one-third of the NNIP partners also have community indicators partnerships.

The guidebook introduces ideas about how impact can be measured for the different types of activities data intermediaries perform. It offers suggestions for an overall process of performance management and describes techniques for documenting and measuring the performance of data intermediary and community indicator work. Several NNIP partner organizations have developed performance management tools and are implementing approaches adapted from the guidebook.

The purpose of this session is to explore and discuss performance management concepts, including what to measure, measurement techniques, and practical tips for getting started and building a learning culture within your organization. Key concepts from the guidebook will be presented by its co-author, and NNIP partner organizations from Baltimore and Pittsburgh will share their experiences, successes, and challenges with implementing performance management.

Tools for getting started with performance management and implementing concepts referenced in the guidebook can be found here and here.

Moderator
avatar for David Abraham

David Abraham

Sustainability Research, Rice University
Urban Sustainability. Performance Metrics. Community Metrics. Health and Well Being. Health Impact Assessments.

Speakers
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Jake Cowan

The Urban Institute
Jake Cowan is an independent consultant based in Chicago, IL. He has over 15 years of experience as an analyst, manager and leader in the nonprofit and public sectors. He has significant background in working with data intermediaries and collaborative partnerships. As a consultant... Read More →
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Seema D. Iyer, Ph.D

Director of the Jacob France Institute, University of Baltimore
Seema D. Iyer, Ph.D., an associate director and research assistant professor at the Jacob France Institute at the University of Baltimore, has overseen the Baltimore Neighborhood Indicators Alliance since 2011. Formerly, Iyer served as Chief of Research & Strategic Planning for Baltimore... Read More →



Tuesday September 27, 2016 10:00am - 10:50am EDT
Angle 8th Fl

10:00am EDT

Mapping Insights You Didn't Even Know You Had
Many organizations collect address data all the time without ever realizing the potential for geographic insights. If you have a spreadsheet of addresses, you have geographic data. In this workshop, you will learn how easy it is to unlock insights about your community. Learn the lingo and what it means to explore spatial patterns and trends. Tools and techniques like aggregation, dot density, hot spot analysis, and spatial joins will unlock a world of insights you didn't even know you had. Take your analysis to the next level and see what's possible with a little bit of time and a lot of addresses.


Speakers
avatar for Tyler Dahlberg

Tyler Dahlberg

Azavea
Tyler is the Geospatial Solutions Specialist for Azavea’s Data Analytics team. He focuses on new business development for spatial analysis, works on spatial analysis projects, writes about new developments in GIS, and works to extend the technological capabilities of the team. Tyler... Read More →


Tuesday September 27, 2016 10:00am - 10:50am EDT
Balcony D upstairs on 9th Fl

11:00am EDT

Making Measures Matter: The North Simcoe Health Link Experience
Making Measures Matter: The North Simcoe Health Link Experience (Machan/Koval)  In many jurisdictions, there are efforts underway to more effectively work with the top 5% of health care users for the simple reason that two thirds of all health care expenditures are allocated to this sub population. In Ontario, Health Links accomplishes this primarily through case coordination and navigation, but is unique in using the Canadian Index of Wellbeing as a lens to better understand its patients so that more appropriate and effective approaches could be used to better meet the real needs of its clients, addressing things like poverty, food insecurity or extreme social isolation. By bringing into effect minimal strategies that address the patients real needs there has been a very significant impact in not just improved health, but reduced health care utlization rates and costs.

Moderator
avatar for David Abraham

David Abraham

Sustainability Research, Rice University
Urban Sustainability. Performance Metrics. Community Metrics. Health and Well Being. Health Impact Assessments.

Speakers
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Tracy Koval

Clinical System Navigator/ Registered Nurse/ Certified Diabetes Educator, Health Link
Tracy was born in the small community of Midland, on gorgeous Southern Georgian Bay in Ontario. She was born into a family of three beautiful girls and was the better twin to her sister and still is. As a child, her Father spoke French to her thus initiating her French immersion public... Read More →
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Gary Machan

Policy and Stakeholder, Health and Wellbeing Lead, Association of Ontario Health Centres
Gary Machan is currently employed by the Association of Ontario Health Centres as a policy and stakeholder lead for community health and wellbeing, as well as serves on the Community Advisory Research Committee for the Canadian Index of Wellbeing. Through the course of his career... Read More →


Tuesday September 27, 2016 11:00am - 11:50am EDT
Vista 8th Fl

11:00am EDT

Civic Life: Using Civic Health Research as a Foundation for Connecting People and Strengthening America
Roundtable: The National Conference on Citizenship (NCoC) is a congressionally chartered organization which works to strengthen civic life in America. NCoC collaborates with partners across the country to take a data-driven approach to measuring, documenting, and strengthening civic health. Building upon this strong foundation of collaborative partnerships, NCoC is focusing on engaging new partners in this work who are focused on issues such as community and economic development, equity, workforce development, youth development, public safety, health and wellness, and community renewal, among others. Current research demonstrates the links between civic health and personal health and wellness, access to opportunity, functional democracy, and community vitality. We propose a roundtable conversation that would share examples of successful cross-sector civic renewal efforts. It would also cover the following types of themes: What does civic renewal mean to you? What issues of concern represent the highest priority in your community? What stakeholders are currently engaged in civic renewal and who is missing that represent these issues? Who needs to be at the table? How do we ensure mutual benefit? How do we build upon current data, networks, and experiences to realize civic renewal?

Speakers
avatar for Jeff Coates

Jeff Coates

Research and Evaluation Director, National Conference on Citizenship
As a member of the Civic Renewal Team, Jeff Coates is responsible for organizational priorities that include conducting research, performing data analysis as part of the Civic Health Index initiative, and evaluation of programs. As Director of Research and Evaluation, Jeff brings... Read More →


Tuesday September 27, 2016 11:00am - 11:50am EDT
Academy Hall

11:00am EDT

Cultivating Healthier Communities Through Online Communication and Network Building
The rapid advancement of online platforms and technologies (social media, mobile device proliferation, mapping tools and network monitoring techniques, etc.) present an enormous opportunity to reach and engage new audiences like never before. Social media marketing techniques along with digital content curation provide an important means for public health professionals to reach new audiences with content aimed at promoting healthy behaviors.  In this session, partners from three nationally recognized organizations, Community Commons, Salud America! and the Tulane Prevention Research Center, will share their experiences promoting health through building, sustaining, and evaluating how local and national online networks operate. 

Moderator
avatar for Chantal Stevens

Chantal Stevens

Executive Director, Community Indicators Consortium
Chantal Stevens joined the Community Indicators Consortium as an early Board Member, 2005-2008, then again in 2012 and has been CIC's Executive Director since 2013.  She's an experienced nonprofit manager who was formerly the Executive Director of Sustainable Seattle, a pioneer in... Read More →

Speakers
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Rosalie Aguilar

Project Coordinator, Salud America!
Salud America! (SA!) is a network of individuals working to address health disparities across the U.S., particularly among Latinos. Latino kids are especially at risk for becoming overweight or obese (39%) when compared with non-Latino white children 28%. Therefore, capacity building... Read More →
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Erin Barbaro

Product Manager, Community Commons (IP3)
At IP3, Erin serves as the Strategic Director for the Institute for People, Place and Possibility leading strategic partnerships with clients including: The American Heart Association, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI... Read More →


Tuesday September 27, 2016 11:00am - 11:50am EDT
Angle 8th Fl

11:00am EDT

EJSCREEN: EPA’s New Tool for Environmental Justice and Equitable Development
For communities, understanding the economic, social, and environmental challenges and opportunities they face is a prerequisite for making investments that achieve their goals equitably. Health and quality of life—along with a host of other short- and long-term measures of well-being— are shaped by the environmental and demographic context in communities. This has engendered heightened concern in the past several years among researchers and policy-makers about the determinative effect of a person’s zip code on her life outcomes. Federal agencies have begun developing tools that can help give communities the detailed understanding necessary for achieving more equitable environmental, economic, and social outcomes, all of which play a crucial role in creating healthy, thriving neighborhoods and communities. One of these tools that is particularly useful in this regard is EPA's EJSCREEN, an environmental justice screening and mapping tool. EJSCREEN can show users where minority and low-income areas are located, the environmental issues they face, as well as a plethora of other information on community well-being.  The workshop’s speaker will show how can you use EJSCREEN to learn more about environmental justice issues in your city, town, or community. Stakeholders can find out how to use EJSCREEN to help for community outreach and awareness projects, grant applications, research, and many other uses. 

Speakers
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Kevin Olp

EPA - Office of Environmental Justice


Tuesday September 27, 2016 11:00am - 11:50am EDT
Balcony D upstairs on 9th Fl

12:40pm EDT

Award Panel: Defining Excellence

CIC's award program advances excellence in the indicators field by identifying and recognizing projects that best demonstrated positive change in their communities and the power of indicators to drive that change and leaders who have made outstanding contributions in the field.The Community Indicators Awards Program offers a forum for the indicators field to highlight its impact on the community and to provide guidance to the entire field on the many positive directions toward which it can strive.

Starting in 2005, CIC has recognized some of the most impactful programs in the world and, since 2012, it has also inducted outstanding leaders into our CIC Hall of Heroes and recognized the promising talent of Emerging Leaders.  

After a brief ceremony, our 2016 Award winners will convene for a panel for an opportunity to define excellence in the field of community indicators, and share ideas and lessons learned. 


Tuesday September 27, 2016 12:40pm - 1:30pm EDT
Academy Hall

2:00pm EDT

Bringing it down to scale: 1) Efforts to Develop Sub-County Measures of Health for the Nation; 2) Indicators Work for Small Areas: Measuring Well-being at the Neighborhood Level in Minnesota
Both presentations focus on the need to track progress at a smaller scale:
1) Efforts to Develop Sub-County Measures of Health for the Nation (Jovaag/Givens)
In recent years, several policies have elevated the need for local data among public health and non-health partners, alike. But at the national level, sources of data for geographies smaller than the county level are hard to find. This presentation will provide examples of initiatives to enhance data availability within a national framework. The speaker will discuss the opportunities and barriers to developing sub-county data, ranging from tapping hospital system or commercial data sources to data suppression issues.

2) Indicators Work for Small Areas: Measuring Well-being at the Neighborhood Level in Minnesota (Mathison/Helmstetter) Interest in indicators for increasingly-granular geographies is ever-growing. In recent years Minnesota Compass has developed new analytical tools and fostered collaborative data relationships in an effort to track and support well-being for small areas. We have developed a particularly strong roster of neighborhood-level indicators projects. We will offer an overview of the collaborative process by which the Neighborhood Profiles tool came to fruition, as well as a demonstration of the tool's capabilities. As an additional example of small area indicators work that Minnesota Compass is doing, we will also detail the Central Corridor Tracker and the Big Picture Project, two dashboards that have tracked well-being during and after construction of the Green Line LRT between Downtown Minneapolis and Downtown St. Paul. Participants should come away from this session with new ideas about leveraging existing public data sources for small area work, as well as ways to collaborate across sectors to compile and present valuable well-being indicators for these geographies.

Moderator
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David Abraham

Sustainability Research, Rice University
Urban Sustainability. Performance Metrics. Community Metrics. Health and Well Being. Health Impact Assessments.

Speakers
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Craig Helmstetter

Senior Research Manager, Wilder Research
As a Senior Research Manager Craig oversees a research unit of 15 staff, who focus on data-driven projects including: the Compass quality of life initiative, which provides information on an array of topics relating to the region's well-being; Minnesota's Homeless Management Information... Read More →
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Amanda Jovaag

University of Wisconsin
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Peter Mathison

Amherst H. Wilder Foundation


Tuesday September 27, 2016 2:00pm - 2:50pm EDT
Vista 8th Fl

2:00pm EDT

Sustaining our work: Keeping Indicator Project Fresh
This interactive round table offers an opportunity to discuss the varied experiences and lessons learned related to keeping community indicator systems up to date.  Based on decades of experience with Truckee Meadows Tomorrow, Peg, and Minnesota Compass, we will engage in a discussion on the challenges of maintaining indicator systems and keeping them "fresh",  what has worked well, what hasn't work so well, how our approaches have changed over time, and how we envision them changing in the coming years. 

Speakers
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Karen Hruby

Mgt Firm / Dir Data & Research, Truckee Meadows Tomorrow (TMT)
Karen L. Hruby, PhD, is a past-president of the Community Indicators Consortium.  She acts as the management firm / director of data & research (past executive director) for Truckee Meadows Tomorrow (TMT), known for its grassroots approach to quality of life measurement and improvement... Read More →
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Paul Mattessich

Executive Director, Wilder Research
Paul W. Mattessich, Ph.D., is the Executive Director of Wilder Research, which is one of the largest, nonpartisan research organizations in the United States dedicated to studying the effectiveness of human service, public health, and education programs and supporting their improvement... Read More →
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Charles Thrift

Project Manager, IISD
Charles Thrift is a project manager for IISD’s Knowledge for Integrated Decisions program. Charles is the lead on many of IISD’s projects relating to community and sustainability indicator systems, including Peg, a community indicator system that tracks indicators that reflect... Read More →


Tuesday September 27, 2016 2:00pm - 2:50pm EDT
Angle 8th Fl

2:00pm EDT

How Green is My Neighborhood - Let me Count the Ways: Sustainability Measurement Tools
Neighborhood-scale sustainability is an essential bridge between individual action and community-wide initiative. Existing neighborhoods possess significant capacity for sustainable regeneration, and planned neighborhoods can be designed from the outset to optimize triple bottom lines. To help capture these benefits, several rating and assessment tools have emerged for practitioner and public use as neighborhood collaboration platforms, indicator frameworks, and sustainability accelerators. This session will present four major neighborhood-scale appraisal tools in the U.S., including LEED for Neighborhood Development, Enterprise Green Communities, Living Community Challenge, and EcoDistricts Protocol. Each tool will be explored by scope, typical applications, user skills, costs, and appraisal output. The session will give participants an understanding of neighborhood sustainability appraisal techniques, a recognition of appraisal tool choices and capabilities, and the knowledge to select best-¬fit tools for their neighborhoods. 


Speakers
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Eliot Allen

Instructor, Transformative Tools
Specialist in urban sustainability appraisal tools.


Tuesday September 27, 2016 2:00pm - 2:50pm EDT
Balcony D upstairs on 9th Fl

3:00pm EDT

Experience of testing out IOM Core Metrics in two CA communities
Experience of testing out IOM Core Metrics in two CA communities (Hanni/Ryan-Ibarra) In 2015 the Institute of Medicine released its report on Vital Signs, Core Metrics which are intended to be a standardized set of health metrics used nationwide. The report provides national measures for each metric, but does not provide specific information on how they can be implemented or used at the local level. We are currently implementing those metrics in two California communities: Fresno and Monterey.  This presentation will show that it is feasible to collect those metrics at a local level and that those measures are useful for improving decision making in those communities.

Speakers
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Krista Hanni

Planning, Evaluation, and Policy Manager, Monterey County Health Department
Public health indicators, Health in All Policies, Vital Signs Core Metrics, Collective Impact
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Suzanne Ryan-Ibarra

Senior Research Scientist, Public Health Institute
Social and Behavioral Epidemiology, Public Health Surveillance, Nutrition and Obesity Prevention, LiveStories



Tuesday September 27, 2016 3:00pm - 3:50pm EDT
Vista 8th Fl

3:00pm EDT

1) Bogota Como Vamos: Measuring well-being in urban contexts - Drawbacks and advantages; 2) Tasajera Tides: Small-scale indicator systems in vulnerable communities
Experiences in Indicator Implementation in two very different contexts: 

1) Bogota Como Vamos: Measuring well-being in urban contexts - Drawbacks and advantages (Restrepo) 

2) Tasajera Tides: Small-scale indicator systems in vulnerable communities (Teodoro/ Wright ) 
This presentation outlines a low-cost, small-scale and highly replicable model for establishing community information systems in small, vulnerable communities by examining Tasajera Tides, an indicator system in coastal El Salvador.  The presentation will provide a critical analysis of Tasajera Tides methodologies and outline universal and distinctive featuresof the project, including community engagement approaches, participatory instruments, project governance, indicator selection, data collection,and cost-efficiency. We aim to share how, through theTasajera Tides model, small communities may gain the opportunity to takeownership of their own development through increased access to information capital.



Moderator
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Charles Thrift

Project Manager, IISD
Charles Thrift is a project manager for IISD’s Knowledge for Integrated Decisions program. Charles is the lead on many of IISD’s projects relating to community and sustainability indicator systems, including Peg, a community indicator system that tracks indicators that reflect... Read More →

Speakers
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Omar Orostegui Restrepo

DIRECTOR, BOGOTA COMO VAMOS
Director, Bogota Como Vamos, which is a special program for measuring changes in the quality of uban life. Master degree in Development Studies from University of Manchester and Postgraduate diploma from University of London, Bachelor degree in Political Science from Javeriana University... Read More →
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Daniel Teodoro

Project Director, Mareas de Tasajera
I am currently doing a PhD at the University of Maryland, in the Geographical Sciences Department. My focus is on indicator systems in vulnerable communities. I am one of the founders of "Mareas de Tasajera" (or Tasajera Tides, English), and I would like to talk to people about the... Read More →


Tuesday September 27, 2016 3:00pm - 3:50pm EDT
Angle 8th Fl

3:00pm EDT

Data-Driven Decision-Making Tools
Do you measure performance? What about community or population impact? Have you aligned them yet? Wherever you are with data today, Clear Impact would like to show you some tools that are available for tracking the performance of your programs, measuring the impact of your funding, and reporting on the progress of your missions and partners to improve the quality of life in the your community. As a participant, you will learn about a process for connecting your day-to-day work to the outcomes you want to achieve in the community you serve, how to consistently use your data to get from talk to beneficial action swiftly, and how to add accountability and transparency in your organization and in your network of partners.

This presentation will focus on Results-Based Accountability (RBA), a disciplined way of thinking about your work to improve your programs to improve the population you serve. Developed by Mark Friedman over ten years ago, RBA is a method of operation that begins with the population you serve and what you want to achieve in that population, letting that guide program setup and organizational operations thereafter. RBA has been succesfully used to "turn curves" in both programmatic performance, strategic performance, and population indicators worldwide in Education, Health, Justice, Environment, Housing, and more.

This presentation will also focus on the Clear Impact Scorecard software, a tool for facilitating and sustaining ongoing RBA thinking and practice in your organization's daily operations. The Clear Impact Scorecard software is Clear Impact's easy-to-use, web-based software that helps program managers, grant managers and performance directors collaborate with stakeholders and community partners to simplify data collections, standardize reporting, measure progress and improve performance at scale so that programs and organizations can move beyond reporting only on the quantities of people served and start demonstrating that their clients and communities are actually better off.

Speakers
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Michael Adrian

Implementation Success Manager, Clear Impact
Michael Adrian joined the Clear Impact team in 2014 with a strong belief in the Results-Based Accountability methodology and a dedication to those that Clear Impact serves. His work is marked with diligence, positivity, and passion for those that he interacts with.Under his guidance... Read More →


Tuesday September 27, 2016 3:00pm - 3:50pm EDT
Balcony D upstairs on 9th Fl

4:00pm EDT

CANCELLED Endnote: GPS for Wellbeing
Tuesday September 27, 2016 4:00pm - 4:30pm EDT
TBA