Join us to hear about new PerformWell content in the area of financial capability, and see how surveys and assessments on the website can be put to immediate use to measure and manage performance. In this webinar, you will meet Saunji Fyffe, who developed the PerformWell content, as well as a practitioner in the field of building financial capability.
Saunji Fyffe, Research Associate, Urban Institute
Nancy Kopf, Senior Manager, Success Measures Evaluation Services
Ingvild Bjornvold, Director of Strategic Initiatives, Social Solutions
Saunji D. Fyffe is a research associate in the Urban Institute’s Center on Nonprofits and Philanthropy (CNP). Her work includes serving on a number of project teams that examine public and nonprofit organizational structure, performance and capacity; same-sector and cross-sector relationships and collaborations; management and leadership; organizational capacity, programs and service delivery; and trends and issues affecting the public and nonprofit sectors as a whole. Saunji also works on a range of capacity building projects to assist the nonprofit sector in performance management implementation, and she is part of an Urban Institute partnership that is developing PerformWell, a one-stop comprehensive on-line resource that helps nonprofit practitioners to identify performance measures and effective practices. Saunji holds a BA from the University of Virginia, an MPA from George Mason University, and a Ph.D. in public administration and public affairs from Virginia Tech University.
Nancy Kopf. Since joining Success Measures in 2005, Nancy has overseen all aspects of its training and technical assistance services. She directs a team of evaluation, community development, and training professionals to support a wide range of community development organizations, foundations, intermediaries, and other nonprofits as they incorporate and use the Success Measures evaluation methods and tools. Before coming to NeighborWorks America, Nancy served as Senior Evaluation Specialist with Innovation Network, Inc., a nonprofit consulting firm specializing in participatory evaluation. During her tenure there, she worked with nonprofit organizations across the country to support both individual and multi-organization collaborative evaluation efforts. Earlier in her career, she was an evaluator for Montgomery County Public Schools, leading participatory evaluation efforts related to new technology initiatives. Nancy received her B.A. from Boston University and a Masters in Public Administration from Virginia Commonwealth University.