Colorado Collaboratory on Equitable Evaluation
In 2018, the Equitable Evaluation Initiative posed the question: “What might be possible if evaluation was conceptualized, implemented and utilized in a manner that promotes equity?” Many evaluators in Colorado were energized by this question and excited to explore what this might mean for their own practice. They also wanted to learn alongside other evaluators. As a result, The Colorado Health Foundation and The Colorado Trust teamed up to support this conversation and to create opportunities for evaluators to come together in Colorado. We invite evaluators from across the state to join us on this journey.
Who is this for?
New to equity in evaluation? This is for you. A seasoned evaluation practitioner? This is for you, too. Sign up to join The Colorado Collaboratory.
The Colorado Collaboratory is a co-created space where all evaluators can move their practice forward, no matter where they are starting. This community of practice gives evaluators opportunities to build a shared understanding of what it means to do equitable evaluation, to challenge our own assumptions about how evaluation is currently done, and explore approaches to doing evaluation in more equitable ways. The Colorado Collaboratory provides opportunities for evaluators from different locales around Colorado, from all backgrounds, working in various settings and serving diverse communities to share lessons and experiences and learn from one another.
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Register for our next virtual event: Doing Evaluation in Service to Equity
Friday, April 8 (9-10:30 a.m. MT) via Zoom
Please join the Colorado Collaboratory for Equitable Evaluation and Dr. Kien Lee, primary author of three guides for doing evaluation in service of racial equity (commissioned by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation) as she shares highlights from these valuable resources on Friday, April 8 (9-10:30 a.m. MT). Learn more and register today.