Evaluation and assessment

Reflections on Applying Principles of Equitable Evaluation

This brief explores the concept of equitable evaluation and how its principles can be implemented in the future.


EEI Library

Explore latest news, recordings of recent events and resources from Equitable Evaluation Initiative.

Equitable Evaluation Initiative

My Health Organization

Designed for organizations seeking to: develop community leadership and make change.



Celestial Consulting

​Celestial Consulting creates the conditions for equitable, effective work environments.

Celestial Consulting


The Leadership Circle Profile

The Leadership Circle Profile is an integrated lens of a leader’s vertical development. It is the only instrument that measures the two primary leadership domains – Creative Competencies and Reactive Tendencies – and integrates this information for immediate opportunities for leadership development.

The Leadership Circle

Building a Culture of Accountability by Piper Anderson

Learn how to build a culture of accountability to promote racial equity in your organization.

Stanford Social Innovation Review (SSIR)

When Not To Trust The Algorithm

Cathy O’Neil, author of “Weapons of Math Destruction,” discusses how data can lead us astray in all industries.

Harvard Business Review (HBR) IdeaCast

Kirkpatrick’s Four-Level Training Evaluation Model: Analyzing Learning Effectiveness

This framework will show you how to effectively analyze and improve the impact of training.


State of Evaluation 2016: Evaluation Practice and Capacity in the Nonprofit Sector

Learn more about the state of evaluation practice and capacity as it relates to nonprofit organizations.

Innovation Network

Closing the Evaluation Gap

Evaluations have become critical to nonprofit performance, but they are prohibitively expensive for many organizations. Solving this problem will make the sector more equitable and successful.

Stanford Social Innovation Review


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