Connect • Inform • Develop
Thank you to all 74 attendees and presenters who participated in the 2018 annual conference! This was the largest conference in the recent past and attracted many people new to New Mexico Evaluators. This page includes highlights from the conference and presentation links.
Keynote speaker Michele Suina, PhD facilitated a group activity called 5 Tricks. Then she gave an overview of tribal data sovereignty.
Recommended reading: Indigenous Statistics
Rebecca Rae, PhD, helped attendees create their own "river of life" logic models to experience a different approach to building logic models. More information is available in her presentation.
Recommended reading: What Touched your Heart? Collaborative Story Analysis Emerging from an Apsáalooke Cultural Context
Robert Strum, PhD, presented an indigenous evaluation framework.
Recommended reading: Building an Inclusive Community-centered Evaluation Program
Tamara Grybko shared several different tools for evaluators to reflect on their own identities and roles as part of Culturally Responsive Evaluation.
We wrapped up the conference with a World Café focused on three questions. Each table selected two main themes from their discussion of each question.