What common denominators are seen within successful collective impact efforts? How does “civic infrastructure” play a role in their progress? In the webinar Key Factor for Success in Collective Impact, we’ll be hearing from StriveTogether and Equal Measure about findings from a recent three-year evaluation of the StriveTogether network, a network of collective impact cradle-to-career initiatives from around the country. What areas were key to initiatives’ success? In what areas were initiatives struggling the most? 

Join us on December 10, 2pm -3pm ET, for this session as we learn from the results of this multi-site evaluation, and hear from the experiences of one participating site - Milwaukee Succeeds.

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Key Factors for Success in Collective Impact: Evaluation Findings from the Field

Date: Tuesday, December 10
Time: 2pm – 3pm ET
Cost: Free

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Attending Presenters include:

  • Danae Davis, Executive Director, Milwaukee Succeeds and StriveTogether Board Chair
  • Bridget Jancarz, Chief of Staff, StriveTogether
  • Justin Piff, Vice President, Learning and Impact, Equal Measure


More Resources

In anticipation of the webinar, you can read more about the research study findings in this Stanford Social Innovation Review article: Filling the Gaps in Collective Impact.

Related to this session, you can learn more about Milwaukee Succeeds partnership work in the video, Teachers of color change classrooms: Community efforts in Minnesota and Wisconsin