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EnCompass Heads to Evaluation 2019 in Minneapolis

Written by: EnCompass Staff,

Members of EnCompass’ evaluation team are gearing up for the American Evaluation Association (AEA) Evaluation 2019 conference, occurring November 11–16. This year’s conference holds special significance for us, as our CEO/CFO, Tessie Catsambas, is also the current AEA President. She will be passing the gavel to the AEA president elect during this year’s conference.

The theme of Evaluation 2019 is Paths to the Future of Evaluation: “assessing and appreciating the past contributions evaluation has made to society, considering the issues where evaluators can bring leadership, and looking ahead toward the renewal of the profession.” This year, a Virtual Conference will give attendees access to the plenary sessions via livestream. Ms. Catsambas’ November 13 presentation will be livestreamed for those who have registered for the virtual conference at this link.

If you’ll be at AEA this year, don’t miss these presentations featuring EnCompass team members:

Professional Development Workshop – Evaluating Our Way to Smarter Organizations: Evaluation Leadership and Contribution
November 13, 9 a.m. EST, Jonathan Jones and Lynne Franco

Livestreamed – Paths to the Future of Evaluation: Up Close and Personal with Tessie Catsambas
November 13, 4:15 p.m. EST, AEA President Tessie Catsambas. Click here to join the Virtual Conference livestream.

Presidential Strand Session– Elevating Our Game along Innovative Pathways to the Future: Before It’s Too Late!
November 14, 9 a.m. EST, chaired by Tessie Catsambas

Innovative Approaches for Gender Analysis: Recent Examples from Ethiopia and Lebanon
November 14, 12:30 p.m. EST, Diana Santillán and Dustin Smith

What Gender Reveals: Unexpected Gender Findings in International Evaluation
November 14, 3:45 p.m. EST, chaired by Kirsten Zeiter

Presidential Strand Session– Strategies for Building Evaluation Capacity in International Organizations: Lessons from Government, Non-governmental, Multilateral, and Private Sector Organizations
November 14, 4:45 p.m. EST, chaired by Beeta Tahmassebi

Presidential Strand Session – Stepping Stones: Can we use the AEA competencies to lead to positive contributions, leadership, and renewal?
November 15, 9 a.m. EST, Tessie Catsambas

The Future of AEA’s Evaluator Competencies – What should we do with them?
November 15, 3:15 p.m. EST, Tessie Catsambas

 
Make sure to follow @EnCompass_World and #Eval19 on Twitter for live updates, photos, and more from Minneapolis!

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EnCompass Staff

EnCompass offers innovative solutions for organizational excellence.  We seek to enhance the impact and capacity of government and multilateral agencies, corporations, and nonprofits around the world through customized services in organizational and leadership development, training, technical assistance, and evaluation.

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