I want to help you create a program that serves the needs of your stakeholders and has the best likelihood for success. I ensure that my approach is grounded in equity and inclusion. What does this process look like?
Understanding your needs and local context
The first step is designing a new program is understanding your needs and local context. I begin by asking your stakeholders key questions:
Are you designing a new program or redesigning an existing program? Why?
What do you hope to achieve?
What considerations (e.g., political, resources) should we keep in mind that will affect the design of the program?
How do you define success?
Designing Your Program
Next, I engage you and your team in conversations about your program activities, the outcomes you hope to achieve, and the impact you ultimately want to make. The goal of these conversations is to develop a program that is based on the research literature, best practices, data, and your local context.
Setting You Up for Success
After helping you design your program, I help you set up processes and procedures so you can continually monitor your outcomes and make changes as needed. I want to set you up for success!