Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL)
MEL can be a virtuous cycle of activity that runs throughout your philanthropy and benefits all your future goals. By constantly adapting and improving what you do, you can increase the impact you achieve through your philanthropy and get results more quickly.
Over the next decade, upwards of 35% of our clients and employees are going to be considered “neuroatypical’ and this population segment is rapidly growing. Fully addressing this with innovation and technology will be key to making an economic difference to both autistic talent and to many modern challenges that would benefit from a different perspective. Our speakers will also explore the importance of maximizing philanthropic partnerships through monitoring and evaluation to take program efforts to scale.