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Introducing the EnCompass Learning Center!

EnCompass is proud to introduce an exciting new project, as part of our organizational commitment to strengthening organizations’ and individuals’ capacity to use evidence to address the challenges of tomorrow.

Through two decades of work in learning, leadership, and organizational development, we have seen a growing demand for high-quality online training. And, we have heard from many groups and individuals who desire to build their skills, but cannot always travel to in-person workshops to do so.

Now, through the EnCompass Learning Center, we are thrilled to offer a series of courses from renowned leaders in evaluation and organizational learning.

Registration is already open for our first two courses:
Coming soon:

This learning program will continue to grow and evolve. Stay tuned for new course announcements, and join the ELC mailing list to be the first to hear about a wide range of learning opportunities.

If you join the list before November 15,
you’ll be automatically entered to win a free spot in the
Appreciative Evaluation course
with Tessie Catsambas!

We also invite you to contact us at learningcenter@encompassworld.com to ask questions or to learn more about group rates and early-bird discounts.

We look forward to learning with you.

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Beeta Tahmassebi

Vice President of Strategic Initiatives

Beeta Shadman Tahmassebi, Vice President of Strategic Initiatives, oversees EnCompass' knowledge management and communications teams, manages enterprise risk management, and is Executive Director for the EnCompass Learning Center (ELC). From 2017 to 2020, Ms. Tahmassebi was also Director of Operations for The Evaluators' Institute. She has managed evaluation and development programs for a range of clients, including the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, National Institutes of Health, USAID, Save the Children, Lutheran World Relief, IREX, American Library Association, Institute for Museum and Library Services, U.S. Department of Labor, World Food Programme, International Fund for Agricultural Development, John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, Marriot International, and Daimler AG. With many years of experience designing, managing, and evaluating capacity strengthening and learning programs, Ms. Tahmassebi is excited to provide high-quality professional development in evaluation, management, and international development to a global audience of learners through the ELC. She is a champion for young and emerging evaluators, bringing a strong commitment to lifelong learning to EnCompass' clients. Ms. Tahmassebi serves on the Board of Directors (2020 President-Elect and 2021 President) for Washington Evaluators, the largest local affiliate of the American Evaluation Association (AEA). She is a frequent presenter at special events and conferences, serves on the AEA Working Group for Evaluation Professionalization, and is an active member of the AEA local affiliates collaborative. She has an MBA from Georgetown University’s McDounough School of Business and is proficient in Farsi.

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