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A Mini-Series on Collaborative Based Outcomes (Healthy Communities)
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Through this series DANA strives to promote increased knowledge for nonprofit leaders to form community collaboration around shared common metrics and build an individual’s capacity to facilitate this work both in the community and their own organization.

6/23/2017
When: Friday, June 23, 2017
10:00 am - 11:30 am
Where: Appoquinimink Community Library
651 N. Broad Street, Suite 101
Middletown, Delaware  19801
United States
Contact: Sheila Bravo
302-777-5500


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Thank you for your interest in the DANA mini-series on Collaborative community outcomes sponsored by JP Morgan Chase.  Based on the afternoon workshops at DANA’s recent conference, the following outcomes rose to the top for moving Delaware towards the high level impact areas.  For each session, the participants will collectively select a rubric for which they will develop measures.

Possible Outcome Rubrics to Develop for Healthy Communities

  • Services that work collaboratively towards healthy outcomes
  • Access to health services (behavioral, emotional, physical)
  • Community member (resident) engagement in creating healthy communities 

DANA is offering four FREE mini- series to develop collaborative social outcomes based on the four social issue areas presented by Governor Carney at the 2017 DANA annual conference:  Economic Development, Work Force Development, Healthy Communities, or Education.  It is an opportunity for members of multiple community based organizations to create a rubric towards a common social outcome based on David Grant’s formative rubric.

Underwritten by the generosity of JPMorgan Chase, the participants will:

  • Review David Grant's rubric process
  • Collaboratively agree on a common outcome in which to develop the rubric
  • Engage in the creative rubric process to identify criteria for measuring the outcome, and definitions at each level
  • Receive input from David Grant to gain additional insights on rubric development
  • Share final rubric through DANA's newsletter to JPMorgan Chase, DANA's membership and grantmaking community.

Up to 10 participants will be included per social issue mini-series.  They are targeted to start mid-June and completed by end of August.  Participants will be selected on a first come/first served basis and are signing up with a commitment to fully participate throughout.  Each social issue mini-series will be comprised of:

  • two facilitated 90 minute work sessions
  • a "work-in-progress" draft rubric from two sessions for participants to edit
  • a rubric review by David Grant with feedback enhancement
  • and a final presentation to the Nonprofit community through DANA's newsletter.

It is encouraged that participants read David's book, "The Social Profit Handbook" in advance. This can be purchased through DANA at a discounted rate.

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Facilitated by:

Peggy Geisler

Peggy Geisler holds BA in Clinical Psychology from University of Maryland and her MA in Clinical Psychology from Salisbury University. She is the Owner and Senior Consultant of PMG Consulting LLC, who works with not-for-profits and businesses on infrastructure, strategic planning and training as well as conducts community based planning in both Maryland and Delaware with a focus on “Good to Great” and Collective Impact Framework. She currently oversees the Sussex County Health Coalition project. She also leads the Delaware Center for Health Innovations’ Healthy Neighborhoods component as the Statewide Project Director, convening community stakeholders around collective agendas. Peggy has 25 years’ experience in the not-for-profit field and has received numerous awards for her community based work.  She is a Consultant for DANA as well as a Licensed Standards for Excellence Consultant through Maryland Association of Non-Profits. She has served in a leadership capacity on the boards of Delaware Healthy Eating and Active Living (DE HEAL) and the Delaware Governor’s Council on Health Promotion and Disease Prevention. Peggy is a graduate from Leadership Delaware and Co-chair of Delaware ACCEL. Peggy also sits on the Reinventing Delaware’s SVE Committee and the UD Cooperative Extension Family & Consumer Sciences Statewide Advisory Council and United Way of Delaware’s Board of Directors.

Paul Stock

Paul is the Executive Vice President of the Excellence Academy at Delaware Alliance for Nonprofit Advancement.  His career spans more than twenty years in senior management positions in for-profit and nonprofit organizations.  He has operations and quality management experience having run a direct fulfillment program supplying custom configured computers for Hewlett Packard to their enterprise customers in the United States.  Paul is lean, six sigma certified and has extensive process development and improvement experience as a consultant and employee.  

Additionally, he has organizational development expertise, is a certified Myers-Briggs Type Indicator practitioner and served as a coach and leadership development instructor at Prison Fellowship’s Leadership Development Institute.  He taught strategic planning for Prison Fellowship’s Eastern Region where he served as Executive Director for the Mid-Atlantic Region for seven years.  Paul developed the Good to Great Strategic Planning model for DANA’s 2015 DANA Fellowship Program.  He has worked with and developed local boards in Virginia, Maryland and Delaware. Stock received his B.A. from the University of Virginia and a Masters of Divinity and Masters of Theology from Trinity International University in Deerfield, Illinois.

NOTE: In order to have a meaningful experience, a minimum of 3 attendees must be registered for the event to proceed.