The Data Playbook for Prevention Action Planning
This training was originally presented on
November 10, 2022
This training is presented in collaboration with our partner project,
the California Evidence-Based Clearinghouse (CEBC).
In this webinar we will summarize the key steps county prevention planning stakeholders can use to engage meaningfully with data, from identifying what data might be most valuable to collecting new information, analyzing information from various sources, and synthesizing it into meaningful data stories.
- Review and understand the Data Playbook for Prevention Action Planning
- Learn how to integrate key ideas from this playbook in their own county’s prevention planning efforts
Who should attend: All staff of family resource center (FRCs), child abuse prevention councils (CAPCs), and other child and family-serving organizations; Comprehensive Prevention Planning lead agency staff, County Prevention Planning Teams; staff and stakeholders of partner agencies/organizations.
TRAINING MATERIALS & RESOURCES:
- Presentation Deck (3 slides/page)
- Presentation Deck (1 slide/page)
- Data Playbook for Prevention Action Planning: Executive Summary (Safe & Sound)
- Data Playbook for Prevention Action Planning (Safe & Sound)
MEET THE SPEAKERS
Paul Collier has led Coeffect since 2016 and has consulted with over 35 for-impact clients across Colorado, California, and Washington D.C. Paul has also led trainings around impact measurement strategy for hundreds of nonprofit professionals through the Colorado Nonprofit Association, Nonprofit Learning Lab, and Social Venture Partners Denver. Prior to Coeffect, Paul served as the Data and Evaluation Manager at Safe & Sound, a leading family resource center developing a data-informed model to help families raise thriving kids. He also worked for Protiviti, an international consulting firm providing internal audit services to Fortune 500 clients.
Katie Albright, JD, joined Safe & Sound in 2007, when it was named the San Francisco Child Abuse Prevention Center. Her prior experiences include SF Deputy City Attorney representing our public schools; SF Education Fund Policy Director leading a campaign to improve teacher quality and increase student retention; and, Preschool California Co-Director of Policy & Outreach campaigning statewide for universal preschool. Prior to serving as an associate at Latham & Watkins and clerking for the US District Court in Maryland, she co-founded and taught in the Kayole-Gitau Nursery School & Community Center in Nairobi, Kenya.