About the webinar

Level: Introductory, Intermediate

Successfully tracking outcomes is essential for both quality improvement and securing grants. Learn how to use data to track and improve program and staff performance and to communicate with leadership and donors.

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Learning Goals

In this webinar you will:

  • Learn structures for tracking both qualitative and quantitative data elements

  • Learn strategies for embedding data quality reviews

  • Learn how to implement a productive review cycle

Who should take this training?

This training is designed for:

  • Supervisors in supportive housing

Instructor(s)

Senior Program Manager Gabriel Schuster

Gabriel Schuster is an analyst and researcher with experience in community planning, development policy, multi-system data integration, and spatial analytics. As Senior Program Manager – Analyst for Strategy and Impact at CSH, Mr. Schuster is responsible for managing data-related projects across the organization. As trainer, he specialized in trainings that emphasize how to use data to improve program performance and advance racial equity.

Director, Southwest Brooke Page

Brooke Page is a strategic thinker and solutions-focused advocate with 20+ years of experience in human service administration to include nonprofit, state, and local government program management and administration. As the Director of the southwest geography at CSH, Brooke is responsible for managing and delivering technical assistance with a focus on engaging systems, aligning resources to create new units of supportive housing (SH) and ensuring the delivery of equitable and quality services for individuals and families who have complex barriers that impact access to housing. Brooke is working to elevate CSH’s field operations and policy advocacy efforts within multiple sectors of care to showcase emerging practices that support long term housing solutions for people with complex barriers to housing.