Equitable Programs & Services: Data & Decision-Making

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Date(s) - February 28, 2024
12:30 pm - 2:00 pm


Fee: FREE with discount code
Register at: https://members.kynonprofits.org/events/Details/equitable-programs-services-data-decision-making-1054752?sourceTypeId=Website

Common Good Vermont is delighted to announce Kentucky Nonprofit Network’s virtual event. Please contact [email protected] with any questions.

To build equitable and inclusive programs at our nonprofits, we must use specific data and information to understand our impact. On this call, we will uncover existing data gaps and explore simple approaches to incorporate better insight into programming. Topics include data sources, dashboards, program evaluation, goal setting, sustainability and more. Join us as we work towards building programs that are representative, responsive, and resilient.

Registration Instruction: Please choose the KNN Potential Member registration option and apply the promo code CGVT2024 to register for the discounted price.


Ashley Oolman, founder & equity strategist of Allied Folk, guides partners through targeted change management, strategy development, and progressive thought leadership. From large organizations to individual allies, she transforms business initiatives and advances equitable community spaces. With more than a decade of leadership experience in advocacy, employment, and workplace culture, she understands how to navigate complex environments and provide actionable insights for growth. Ashley strives to advance community equity through her previous contributions on a collective impact task force, and continues to serve on a coalition of providers supporting transracially adopted youth to reinforce their development of positive Black identity. In her free time, she enjoys curating events for community members to explore inclusive parenting, BIPOC women’s liberation, and the art of holding space. Ashley earned an MBA with a concentration on human resource management, a BA in psychology with a minor in human development and family studies, and a certification in organizational diversity & inclusion. Most recently Ashley completed the Josie R. Johnson Leadership Academy, and serves as a volunteer for the YWCA’s Racial Justice Facilitator program. She is committed to inclusion as a means to advance human rights for all people, in all walks of life.