To provide an opportunity for Melbourne based New Gen Members to connect and have meaningful conversations to learn from each other’s experiences and activity regarding philanthropy evaluation frameworks.
We will hear from special guest, Caroline Henwood, Research and Evaluation Manager at the Ian Potter Foundation on best practice in philanthropy evaluation frameworks. The event aims to leave you with some practical tips to help you review and optimise the way in which your organisation approaches grant making evaluations.
This event is for Philanthropy Australia NewGen members only, if you are not yet a member of Philanthropy Australia or want to find out more about the philanthropic work in this area, please reach out to [email protected].
Caroline Henwood – Research and Evaluation Manager, The Ian Potter Foundation
Caroline Henwood joined the Ian Potter Foundation in August 2022. She is a strategy development and evaluation expert committed to supporting organisations to deliver on their objectives. Caroline engages with people to understand both the challenges that they face and the vision they are trying to achieve. This is Caroline’s first role in the philanthropic sector, and she is excited by the opportunity to bring her passion for evaluation to support The Ian Potter Foundation and the organisation it is committed to supporting.
Caroline has worked within the private and government sectors and with not-for-profit and community service organisations. She has over ten years of experience in monitoring, evaluating, stakeholder engagement and facilitation across a broad range of sectors including environment, education, social protection and justice and with the justice system.
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