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NEW RELEASE!This book is a practical step by step guide to help city governments and nonprofits in developing logic models and theories of change using what is called the “Progressive Outcomes Scale” logic model framework. The logic model and theory of change development concepts taught in this book can be helpful to identify what actions can be taken to address root causes of racial inequities. This book provides measurable problems and outcome examples that can be used to assess progress, communicate with stakeholders, or to identify areas of improvement. It could also be used to spark brainstorming discussions for other activities an organization might want to pursue. This guidebook is divided into 3 parts, which are all key to creating a logic model and theory of change with a racial equity focus.PART I: Define problems & interventions using a racial equity lensPART II: Identify intended outcomes for ongoing data collection & reportingPART III: Racial Equity Lens Logic Model & Theory of Change DevelopmentTestimonials…“Quisha helped us create our first theory of change and logic model, and to think through what we were really designed to do as a nonprofit serving individuals with developmental disabilities. The process created important breakthroughs and changed our program model for the better.” ~ Jennifer Roccanti, Executive Director, On My Own of Michigan, Troy, MI”I am always very impressed with Quisha’s style, depth and “to the point “logic model and theory of change presentations. I appreciate her passion for helping to educate nonprofits on how to develop effective logic models and theories of change in a relatable and easy to understand way.” ~ Patricia Fernandez, MS, Goodwill Industries of SWFL, Fort Myers, FL”Quisha has the innate gifted ability to make what many nonprofits perceive to be hard; easy when it comes to the creation of action-oriented, results-based, data driven logic models and theories of change” ~ Olive Idehen, Nonprofit Consultant, Callive Consulting, Rockville, MDABOUT THE AUTHORQuisha Brown is the Co-founder of Humanistic Care and a national racial equity logic model and program design consultant whose national trainings can be accessed through the US Department of Housing & Urban Development – HUD Exchange Website and the National Community Reinvestment Coalition’s Training Academy both based in Washington, DC. She has worked with nonprofits serving disadvantaged populations for over 17 years and is also the author of a widely used curriculum for at-risk youth entitled “Five Steps to Avoid the School to Prison Pipeline”. She currently lives in Michigan with her husband and 2 youngest children.
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