Have you ever struggled to write an impact statement or felt like you were missing vital statistics that could prove the value of your services? Often nonprofit professionals can beautifully communicate the heart and soul of their mission but struggle to demonstrate the long-term impact of their work in the community.

Join us for this 90-minute session to discuss how to move from solely story-telling to creating data-based impact statements to help secure grants and write annual evaluations. Participants will walk away with accessible methods for collecting data and tools for measuring impact to evaluate nonprofit programming and expand your program’s reach.

Join Morganne Bovee and the Center for Healthy Nonprofits on July 11th from 10:30 AM – 12:00 PM via Zoom.

About Our Speaker

Morganne started her career as a Child Life Specialist, a role developed to serve the psychosocial needs of children and families in the medical setting. While working at Johns Hopkins Children’s Center, she began to notice some ”frequent flyers” and wanted to find the upstream cause and solution to the health problems that brought low-income children and families back to the hospital every few months. This led her to pursue a master’s in public health at George Washington University in Washington, DC, where she focused on Program Design, Monitoring, and Evaluation.

After earning her master’s degree, she began to work globally in a few developing countries to design and level-up programs in humanitarian settings. The COVID outbreak brought her back to the US to focus on community-based mental health and social impact programs, landing at an FQHC in sunny southern Arizona. She noticed that many Arizona organizations could benefit from a data-driven decision-making model and wanted to fill that gap for her community. After learning from other consulting and evaluation firms, her LLC Empowered Community Consulting was born in May 2022, and she now strives to provide practical and jargon-free consulting and evaluation services to the myriad of community-based organizations that are already doing good work, with the goal of moving them from good to great.