Common Good Vermont: Real Life Application of the Culture of Accountability
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In 2012, seventeen Vermont nonprofits took up the challenge to strengthen their measurement capacity, better serve their clients and increase their sustainability through a federally funded project called Benchmarks for a Better Vermont. Leaders from the 12 month BBVT Performance Institute discuss what they have gained and learned, along with the challenges of building their internal capacity for performance management using Results Based Accountability (RBA).
Presented at the Vermont Nonprofit Conference 2013 held at Lake Morey Resort on March 21st. Find more information on the Conference.
Panelists: Dolly Fleming, Executive Director/Mercy Connections
Sue Graff, Community Investment Director/ United Way of Windham County
James Lockridge, Executive Director/Big Heavy World
Dr. Stacey Miller, Managing Partner/ The Consortium for Inclusion & Equity
Lee Trapeni, Shelter Case Manager/Morningside Shelter
Diana Wahle, Developmental Assets Coordinator/Windham Southeast Supervisory Union
Karina Ware, Executive Director/Youth Safety Council of Vermont