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Friday, October 4 • 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Measuring & Demonstrating Impact

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Social Enterprise requires having the methods and tools for measuring blended value business return on investment. This session reviews the models and assesses a spectrum of systems for social return on investment and demonstrating values. Explore why use any evaluation system? What can be measured and how?  Learn how to select and implement an option that is best for your social enterprise.  Representatives from three major methods will compare and contrast their systems, their tools and the thinking behind their models.

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Moderators
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Martin Garber-Conrad

Chief Executive Officer, Edmonton Community Foundation
Martin Garber-Conrad is the Chief Executive Officer of Edmonton Community Foundation, the fourth largest community foundation in Canada, with assets of more than $300 million. After a brief stint designing resource industry training programs, Martin has spent most of his career leading non-profit organizations.  His accomplishments include several social housing projects, restoring/repurposing historic buildings and starting a social... Read More →

Speakers
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Jonathan Coburn

Founding Director and Principal Consultant, Social Value Lab
Jonathan is Director at Social Value Lab; a UK centre for social enterprise research, strategy, and impact reporting. His career spans almost 20 years working in the social enterprise sector and social research field. He writes and speaks regularly on issues relating to the development of social enterprise, including the role of the sector in public service reform, cross-sector collaboration, and new models of impact measurement and reporting... Read More →
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Stephanie Robertson

President, SiMPACT Strategy Group
Stephanie Robertson founded SiMPACT Strategy Group in 2004 and launched LBG Canada in 2005. Her management and project experience is intertwined across the for-profit, non-profit and public sectors. Through her career, Stephanie has led many diverse initiatives, including the creation of Generation 2000, the development of the SROI Primer educational tool and the upcoming national launch of the SROI Canada Network. | | As the first accredited... Read More →
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Penelope Rowe

Chief Executive Officer, Community Sector Council NL
Described as a risk taker with a passion for public policy, Penelope Rowe is driven by conceptualizing new approaches to thorny issues. Working with a Board of Directors and dedicated staff colleagues, she leads the Community Sector Council of Newfoundland and Labrador (CSC). She provides leadership in forging new directions and building innovative programs to provide infrastructure support to the community sector. She is entrepreneur... Read More →
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Bryn Sadownik

Program Manager, Evaluation & Community Impact, Vancity Community Foundation
Bryn leads the Demonstrating Value Initiative (www.demonstratingvalue.org) , which supports community-based organizations to plan, manage and communicate the value of their work, and in particular the measurement of social and environmental impact. Prior to joining Vancity, Bryn worked as a consultant and researcher at Simon Fraser University, leading numerous projects for government, private sector and non-profit organizations in impact... Read More →


Friday October 4, 2013 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Glen 203-204 TELUS Convention Centre

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