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CFT Resilience & Capacity-Building Series
Building Lasting Resilience through Data

As a part of the Resilience Capacity Building Series, CFT sponsored a four-hour interactive workshop, facilitated by CNM (formerly known as the Center for Nonprofit Management).

An organization's ability to thrive depends on its capacity to strengthen its programs and enhance development. Effective use of data is critical to achieving those aims.

Through interactive presentations and hands-on activities, co-led by CNM evaluators and nonprofit leaders, participants learned strategies on how to use data to enhance their programs and create a meaningful, measurable impact on the community and populations served.

Watch the recording of CFT's Building Lasting Resilience Through Data Workshop:

Workshop Overview

For more information about the workshop sessions and topics, download the overview.

Digital Resources

To explore all the digital resources offered from this workshop, visit the Data Workshop Digital Resources page below.

visit the Data Workshop Digital Resources page

Speakers and Facilitators

CNM Facilitators:

  • Casey Cox, Director of Outcomes and Evaluation
  • Stephanie Kennedy, Outcomes and Evaluation Senior Consultant
  • Alicia DeVault, Outcomes and Evaluation Consultant

Nonprofit Speakers:

  • Fiona Hall, Lead Producer, Myne Software & Community Outcomes, Behind Every Door
  • Raul Hinojosa, Jr., Interim Assistant Vice President for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and Director of Community Engagement, University of Texas at Dallas
  • Leigh Treviño, Director of Programs, KidLinks
  • Jason Wang, Founder and CEO, FreeWorld
  • Amy Jones, CEO, Dallas Area Rape Crisis Center
  • Terri Rios, Director of Employment Solutions, The Women’s Center of Tarrant County
  • Amy Suffield, Reporting and Quality Assurance Manager, The Women’s Center of Tarrant County
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