WATCH: Achieving Equity with Results-Based Accountability

If you missed our recent webinar, “Achieving Equity with Results-Based Accountability, “you’re in luck! We’ve recorded the webinar and it is available for you to view below. 

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About the Webinar :

Racial equity is the just and fair inclusion into a society in which all can participate, prosper, and reach their full potential. In America today, from infant mortality to life expectancy, race predicts how well someone will do. To achieve equity, we work to close the gap so that race does not predict one’s success, while at the same time also improving outcomes for all. To accomplish this, we must:

  • Target strategies to focus improvements for those most affected
  • Move beyond “services” and focus on changing policies, institutions and structures

This webinar will focus on how to use the framework and tools of Results-Based Accountability to achieve greater equity through the power of disaggregating data to discover the true picture of racial equality in a community and how to develop the broad range of strategies required to address those most impacted as part of an overall community strategy to improve lives. During the webinar you will hear stories of success from the Government Alliance on Racial Equity (GARE).

About the Presenters:

Dan Duncan

Dan Duncan, senior consultant, Clear Impact

Dan brings a wealth of Results-Based Accountability (RBA), Asset-Based Community Development (ABCD), and Collective Impact experience to Clear Impact clients across the country. He uses this extensive experience to help clients and communities achieve even greater community-level results.

Dan Duncan also has extensive professional management experience in the nonprofit, educational, and for-profit professional service sectors. He has used this experience to provide training and consultation both nationally and internationally.


Simran Noor

Simran Noor, director of policy and strategy, Center for Social Inclusion

As Director of Policy & Strategy, Simran conducts policy research and analysis, cultivates and maintains relationships with grassroots and national allies and works closely with the data-based research team for advocacy strategy and tool development.

Simran leads CSI’s Transportation Equity team. In her role, Simran has conducted several workshops in transportation equity policy strategy development and coalition building, particularly in the metro Detroit and metro Seattle regions. Simran also is a key internal partner for CSI’s Food Equity team, supporting policy development, research and convenings. In addition, Simran coordinates CSI’s work around Broadband equity and developing a racial equity lens for breastfeeding, core to the W.K. Kellogg Foundation’s first food initiative. Simran also has worked on health equity issues, serving as an opening plenary speaker at the W.K. Kellogg Foundation’s second annual First Food Forum and as a workshop facilitator to delve deeper into the overall issue of health equity and its relationship to breastfeeding.

2017-02-20T22:47:27+00:00By |Categories: Resources, Videos|2 Comments

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  1. Rodrigo July 20, 2016 at 11:31 am - Reply

    really enjoyed and learned from this webinar.
    where/how can we get the slides?
    please let me know.
    thank you!

    • Kayleigh Weaver July 20, 2016 at 11:36 am - Reply

      Hi Rodrigo!

      Kayleigh from Clear Impact here. So glad to hear you enjoyed the webinar.

      You can access the webinar slides by filling out the webinar feedback survey here:
      Your comments will really help us make sure we are delivering tip-top quality content.

      When you get to the survey thank you page, be sure not to click out too early. There will be a link to the slides waiting for you there ;).

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