Evaluation Approach
The program is thoroughly evaluated, both internally by Kellogg faculty, and externally by an independent evaluator who has already been engaged by the BMI.
The purpose of the parallel evaluations is to maximize the impact on the cohort and to further refine the program for future participants in order to facilitate much more ambitious sector-wide goals.
Kim Silver, an entrepreneurial social sector professional with more than 15 years of experience leading and managing nonprofits, foundations, government agencies and consulting engagements. She has an extensive background assessing social impact, designing feasibility studies and creating new services, programs and partnerships. Working on all sides of the social sector, including nonprofits, foundations and government entities, Kim has honed her strategy and management skills. The list of recent Kim's engagements include Circle of Service Foundation, Bottom Line, Global Detroit, Ingenuity, Inc., John D. & Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, Robert R. McCormick Foundation, Thrive Chicago, and more.

Kim's engagement into evaluation of the Board Member Institute for Jewish Nonprofits shall provide insight into the value and impact of the program on participants and the organizations they serve as well as inform program design and future planning.

Kim Silver
Principal, The Silver Line
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