Centering Racial Equity in Measurement and Evaluation
Many nonprofit organizations that provide direct human services are exploring how performance measurement racial equity and inclusion (REI) collectively inform decision-making and strategies that affect an organization’s core mission. Human services nonprofits are often explicitly charged with improving the well-being of people who have been disempowered, disadvantaged, and systematically oppressed. Starting from this mission orientation, such organizations can benefit from guidance on operationalizing racial equity values within their measurement and evaluation work and on acknowledging the systemic barriers that influence client outcomes.
Leiha Edmonds, Research Associate, Urban Institute
Stephanie Leonetti, Vice President of Talent Management, Community of Hope
Clair Minson, Founder and Principal Consultant, Sandra Grace LLC
Winston Phillip, President, Sequivalent LLC
Brett Theodos, Senior Fellow, Urban Institute
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Measure4Change is a program of the World Bank Group and the Urban Institute to increase the performance measurement capacity of Washington, DC–area nonprofits. The Measure4Change Community of Practice is a vibrant community of nearly 60 nonprofits in the DC region that convenes for quarterly peer-learning events on measurement-related topics and solutions. The Measure4Change Advisory Council is a group of nonprofit representatives who work to ensure Measure4Change content and programming is practical and accessible for the Community of Practice.