Regularly assessing the impact of your nonprofit’s initiatives and even its mission is more important than ever to all stakeholders including your donors.
In this episode, Bob DiMeo and Devon Francis speak with Annie Duflo, executive director at Innovations for Poverty Action. Together, they explore the steps involved in using effective data that fits your organizational needs, analyzing it to identify the core issues and investment opportunities, and making more informed decisions that help you achieve your nonprofit’s mission.
- How data-driven decisions can help your nonprofit achieve significantly higher returns on investment
- Ways to ensure that your data is not under-utilized
- How IPA conducted extensive research on microcredit to study the impact on poverty
- Tips to help you adapt your initiatives and programs to a larger scale
- And more!
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About Our Guest:
Annie Duflo is responsible for leading the strategic directions of Innovations for Poverty Action (IPA), the implementation of its strategic plan, and the day to day operations. Prior to joining IPA, Annie was the Executive Director of the Centre for Microfinance (CMF) in Chennai, India. Annie holds a Master of Public Administration and International Development degree from Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government and Master in Social Sciences from EHESS (École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales)/ ENS (École Normale Supérieure) in Paris