By developing and closing feedback loops with grantees and community partners, funders can discover actionable insights, build trust and deeper partnership with the community, and reduce missed opportunities for organizational learning and ongoing improvement. What are the greatest challenges and success factors for funders to establish ongoing feedback practices and prioritizing prioritize listening with grantees and those with lived experience?

Join us on December 17 from 3:00pm4:30pm ET for the next Collective Impact Forum Virtual Coffee, “Prioritizing Feedback Loops: Lessons from Funders and Their Partners

We will hear reflections from funder and grantee partners in Memphis and New York who have prioritized feedback in their work, with an open Q&A time to follow.

We look forward to having you join the discussion!

Unable to join the live event? Registering also means you'll be notified when the recording is made available in the Forum library following the event.

Date: Monday, December 17th
Time: 3:00pm - 4:30pm ET
Cost: Free

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SPEAKERS

  • Lemuria Alawode-El, Senior Director, Community Building at United Way of New York City, United Way of New York City
  • Troy Allen, Director of Employment and Family Support Services, SRVS
  • Dawn Heyward, Deputy Director of Early Childhood, Eastside House Settlement
  • Jacqueline Jenkins, Senior Vice President, Chief Impact & Strategy Officer, United Way of New York City
  • Katie Midgley, Director of Research & Evaluation, Plough Foundation