How to Measure Equity While Making Measurement More Equitable

March 19 | 1 p.m. - 2: 15 p.m. ET
In Partnership with the Center for Accountability and Performance

As the social equity field gets more firmly enmeshed in government policy and operations, there continue to be challenges to measuring progress, agreeing on appropriate frameworks and using data appropriately. This webinar attempts to address some of the challenges practitioners face when trying to adopt measurement and evaluation methods to social equity work and, conversely, when applying social equity principles to measurement and evaluation.

Attendees will learn:
  • How data can be used to advance equity
  • How to surface and correct bias, sexism, racism, colonialism and other types of latent discrimination in the way we collect, analyze and communicate about data
  • How to think about different methods and approaches to measurement, monitoring and evaluation

Michael Jacobson, Moderator
Heather Krause, Founder, Datassist and We All Count
Gia Naranjo-Rivera, Johns Hopkins School of Public Health