Once you have determined that you are ready for collective impact, how do you get started?
 
Join FSG consultants and partner practitioners as they walk you through the initial set-up of an initiative.
 
On October 20, join FSG's John Kania and Erin White, in conversation with Cheryl McCarver, Health and Wellness Alliance for Children, as they help you to explore how a collective impact initiative can get started.
 
In this webinar, you'll learn:
 
  • How to identify champions and form a cross-sector group
  • How to map the landscape and use data to define the problem and make the case for change
  • How to include the voices of community members

Watch the Webinar

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Watch the Getting Started Series:

Webinar Panelists:

  • John Kania, Managing Director, FSG
  • Cheryl McCarver, Vice President and Executive Director, Health and Wellness Alliance for Children
  • Erin White, Associate Director, FSG

About the Panelists

John Kania, Managing Director, FSG - For the last thirty years John has advised senior management on issues of strategy, organizational development, and change management. John speaks, writes and consults principally in the arena of collective impact, helping multi-sector collaborations around the world achieve positive and consistent progress at scale.

Cheryl McCarver, Vice President and Executive Director, Health and Wellness Alliance for Children - Cheryl McCarver is Vice President of Community Health and Executive Director of The Health and Wellness Alliance for Children (The Alliance). The Alliance, established by Children's Health System of Texas, has more than 40 powerful member organizations and is committed to evidenced-based, community-led, and sustainable social change for the region's children. Cheryl is a passionate, fully committed, community thought-leader who is commonly heard saying, "It's all about the kids."

Erin White, Associate Director, FSG - Erin has experience working with nonprofit and government entities across a range of social issues, with a particular emphasis on creating and sustaining non-traditional public sector partnerships. She has helped facilitate numerous collective impact initiatives.