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Collective Impact In Action: Beta Testing A Family Self-Assessment
April 6 @ 3:00 pm - 4:15 pm
LEARNING CONVERSATION SERIES
Zoom Link: https://unc.zoom.us/j/98896950721
You are invited to join us on April 6 for the first in this series of conversations where we will hear from Katy Malley, Programmer/Policy Analyst/DataManager at the SSW about a process evaluation of the Aspire family self-assessment tool being utilized by Cabarrus County Dept of Social Services as well as Telamon Corporation. Representatives from both agencies will join us to share about their experiences. We’ll also hear from colleagues at Poverty Stoplight about how the online tool is being utilized across the globe with a variety of community-based and professional organizations.
All are welcome.
The Learning Conversation Series is a vehicle for reviewing and updating our individual knowledge and skill sets relative to community engagement, collective impact and systems change in keeping with the SSW mission and vision of transforming systems to advance the equity and well-being of individuals, families, and communities. The intent is to create a space where we can struggle together and also learn together.
Co-sponsored by UNC Cares and Family Support Program
In partnership with: Family and Children’s Resource Program