In partnership with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) and Duquesne University, OMG directed a five-year initiative to increase diversity among evaluators, and to expand the participation and leadership of diverse and underserved groups in the profession. Working with RWJF and Duquesne, OMG selected and trained 32 fellows – 16 Emerging Professionals (recent post-graduates with Masters or Doctoral degrees in social or other applied sciences) and 16 Retooling Professionals (mid-career employees of nonprofits, with limited evaluation experience, but growing evaluation responsibilities). We recently conducted a series of video interviews with three Emerging Fellowship graduates, as well as with program leaders.
Part 1: Voices of RWJF Evaluation Fellowship Leaders
Developing the Evaluation Fellowship Program
Part 2: Voices of RWJF Evaluation Fellows
Pathways to the Evaluation Fellowship… and Beyond
Part 3: Voices of RWJF Evaluation Fellowship Leaders
The Evaluation Fellowship Program: Lessons Learned, Pathways Beyond
Part 4: Voices of RWJF Evaluation Fellows
The Evaluation Fellowship: Lessons Learned
Part 5: Voices of RWJF Evaluation Fellowship Leaders
The Evaluation Fellowship and Advancing Equity: Strengths and Challenges
Part 6: Voices of RWJF Evaluation Fellows
The Role of the Evaluation Fellowship in Growing the Field
To view all videos in the series, click here.