ImpactED Blog

Meet ImpactED’s New Assistant Director of Evaluation!

Meet ImpactED’s New Assistant Director of Evaluation!

ImpactED is excited to announce that our team continues to grow! We’re happy to introduce our newest team member, Assistant Director of Evaluation, Alyssa Matteucci.

Trust the Process!

Trust the Process!

Over the last year, we asked the Philadelphia nonprofits participating in our second cohort of the Social Impact Collaborative program (SIC) to trust the process.

Performance Indicators: Tips & Lessons Learned

Performance Indicators: Tips & Lessons Learned

When it comes to tracking progress towards your organization’s desired impact, indicators are essential.

Logic Models: Tips & Lessons Learned

Logic Models: Tips & Lessons Learned

The great Yogi Berra once said: “If you don’t know where you’re going, how are you going to know when you get there?”

ImpactED Fellows Complete First Semester of Work

ImpactED Fellows Complete First Semester of Work

In 2017, ImpactED established new headquarters within the Fels Institute of Government.

Happy Holidays & Reflecting on 2017

Happy Holidays & Reflecting on 2017

As 2018 approaches, ImpactED would like to wish our partners, clients, and friends a joyful holiday season and a happy new year. Thank you for being a part of our community.

ImpactED Wins Research Grant in Support of Philadelphia Water Department Partnership

ImpactED Wins Research Grant in Support of Philadelphia Water Department Partnership

Serving 2.5 million people, the Philadelphia Water Department (PWD) is committed to community-responsive services and continuous improvement.

Social Impact Collaborative Year 1 Comes to a Close!

Social Impact Collaborative Year 1 Comes to a Close!

Read more about organizations’ experience in Cohort 1 of Social Impact Collaborative (SIC). 

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Strategic Planning & Prioritization: How can we engage in long-range planning in the face of great uncertainty?

Over the last year, public and social sector leaders took courageous steps in the face of uncertainty and crisis. They responded to a growing need among the communities they serve and diminishing resources to meet that need.