Due to recent events, not-for-profits everywhere have had to make slight to radical shifts in programming. To ensure safety among their staff and communities served, those with immediate resources made the call to transition toward virtual programming.
For some it came with few adjustments, for others it was a forced necessity that they were not prepared for. Through the lens of nonprofit leaders, funders, and a digital learning and evaluation expert,
We will explore:
How to center the populations served and front line staff in all decision-making processes (micro)
Use data to drive meaningful collection of new stories or narratives (within virtual environments). (meso)
Best ways one can manage new expectations with funders to work collaboratively. (macro)