- Theories of change for programs
- Understanding the community you serve, including defining audiences
- Introduction to asset-based community development
- Explain the purpose of a theory of change.
- Create an elevator speech to describe your program and its purpose.
- Demonstrate how your program responds to trends, expressed interests, and identified opportunities in the community you serve.
- Identify asset-based approaches to engaging targeted audiences
Primarily intended for program coordinators and managers with less than five years of experience in program management, and oversight of one program with one or two funding sources and a small team (typically fewer than five staff and volunteers).
Kristin D. Hemingway is a 16-year youth advocate and ministry veteran that hails from Detroit, MI. She currently resides in Atlanta, GA where she is a nonprofit professional, youth leader, and highly sought after curriculum developer, trainer, and speaker. In addition to her long-standing work with young people of all ages, Kristin also works to encourage and train women and girls on how to prioritize their self-care and well-being while in pursuit of being their best self. She has conducted trainings across the country on topics related to personal and professional growth, as well as self-care. She is an avid volunteer in her local community and enjoys traveling, good music, and creating amazing memories with her loved ones!