Home > Projects > Dr. Cris Sullivan provides Workshops on how Domestic Violence Programs can Evaluate their Programs on Their Own Terms

As more and more funders demand evidence that their money is leading to significant change, domestic violence programs are feeling under siege to demonstrate their effectiveness. Drawing on her 25 years of experience directing an advocacy program as well as 20 years experience providing workshops and technical assistance to domestic violence programs, Cris Sullivan now provides workshops around the country to assist programs in:

1) understanding and sharing the evidence behind their work — YES, there is a good deal of evidence!

2) evaluating their own programs, with little or no money for evaluation

These workshops provide practical strategies and tools for how domestic violence programs can  choose outcomes that are meaningful to them and survivors, and that will also satisfy funders.

Prior workshop participants have noted:
“Cris takes a dry subject and makes it fun.”
“Cris is a great presenter – engaging and interactive.”
“I didn’t expect to actually have a good time today; but I did!”

To schedule a workshop please contact Cris directly at sulliv22@msu.edu


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