Corey Newhouse, Founder and Principal of Public Profit
Tuesday, May 14, 2019
04:00 PM - 06:00 PM
Hult Center, Maurie Jacobs Community Room
Hult Center for the Performing Arts
Arts organizations collect all kinds of data, often at the request of their funders. Too often, this information is used just to complete grant reports, a missed opportunity to use data to deepen and enrich practice. How might arts organizations change this dynamic, so that the data they work so hard to collect can be used to inform practice and to keep funders happy? In this hands-on session, you’ll learn:
- An easy-to-use process to identify key organizational questions
- How to make the most of existing data to answer those mission-critical questions
- Creative methods to collect information from your audiences.
About Corey Newhouse
Corey Newhouse is the Founder and Principal of Public Profit, a consultancy that helps mission-driven organizations use data to be great at what they do. She’s passionate about helping nonprofits, philanthropies, and schools to use information to answer important questions, rather than collecting it for the sake of the next funding report. Ms. Newhouse has a wide range of experience in evaluating mission-driven organizations, including leadership development initiatives, multi-site youth development programs, and policy campaigns. Corey has written a number of guides and articles, including Dabbling in the Data and Creative Ways to Solicit Stakeholder Feedback.
Prior to founding Public Profit, Corey served as a Senior Policy Associate at Children Now, and as a Senior Consultant at Hatchuel Tabernik and Associates. Ms. Newhouse earned her BA degree at Columbia College, and her master’s degree in Public Policy at UC Berkeley. She is the past Chair of the Board of Advisors of Help a Mother Out, which distributes free diapers to working families with young children.
This workshop is part of Lane Arts Council’s 2019 Professional Development Workshops, presented in partnership with the City of Eugene Cultural Services Division. Thank you to our workshop sponsor Columbia Bank.
This workshop fee is $20.