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Metrics and Evaluation Intensive

  • Virtual Learning - Zoom details available once registered (map)

How can you gauge your program’s impact? How do you check progress along the way? Learn to develop and share measurable outcomes for your work and design tools to evaluate your program’s impact.

This series meets three times and is intentionally held at the start of program year to help you prepare for the year ahead.

Sessions build upon one another as a complete series, so please do your best to attend all three. 

Session 1: August 8th 10:30 - 12 PM

Session 2: August 22nd 10:30 - 12 PM

Session 3: August 29th 10:30 - 12 PM

Cost: $45.00 per participant

Please click here to register

Instructor Bio:
Jenni Mangel is an educator who believes passionately that Jewish education positively impacts the Jewish identity of children and their families. Her work reflects a commitment to connect learning, community involvement, and leadership with personal and spiritual development. She has worked with youth, teens, and adults in professional, academic, and extracurricular settings since 1993. 

Over the years, she held a variety of leadership and educator positions at the Bureau of Jewish Education in San Francisco (BJE, now “Jewish Learning Works”), Berkeley Hillel, Jewish Vocational Service, Midrasha – East Bay Jewish Community High School, Mills College, San Francisco State University (SFSU), Jewish Milestones, the Contemporary Jewish Museum, and Habonim Dror. Before (re)joining the team at Jewish LearningWorks in 2017, Jenni worked for 10 years as a coach and consultant to help individuals and organizations develop the capacity to effectively reach their professional and organizational goals.

Jenni holds a MA in Educational Leadership from Mills College in Oakland, CA (2006) where she focused on service learning as a tool for identity formation of college students. Prior to that Jenni earned a BA in History with a Minor in Education from the University of California, Santa Cruz (1998) where her work centered around immigrant rights in France and multicultural education. 

Jenni is an active parent leader and volunteer at both Congregation Netivot Shalom and Harding Elementary School. When there are moments in the day to spare, Jenni loves to be outside in her garden with her husband, children and dogs; taking photographs; making greeting cards; and connecting with family and friends.