Presentation on theme: "The Art of Cross Sector Leadership: Strive and United Way of Greater Cincinnati September 22, 2011."— Presentation transcript:
The Art of Cross Sector Leadership: Strive and United Way of Greater Cincinnati September 22, 2011
Jeff Edmondson, Strive Partnership Barbara Terry, United Way of Greater Cincinnati Three Things Our Bios Don’t Tell You
▪ 9th largest United Way in the country ▪ $60,600,000 raised in 2010 ▪ 108,000 donors ▪ 4th highest per capita giving among United Ways ▪ Invest in 304 programs; 152 agency partners United Way at a Glance United Way Founded Outcomes Incorporated into Measuring Program Performance Agenda for Community Impact Adopted
Agenda for Community Impact
Student Roadmap to Success
Evidence Based Decision Making Community Report Card
High Impact Strategies Weekly Home Visitation and Quality Early Childhood Education College Access & Retention “Be the Change” Tutoring in high-need schools Teacher & Principal Excellence Tutoring, Mentoring, Health & Wellness, Arts Education Building Capacity: Data Driven Decision Making and Advocacy/Funding Alignment
Weekly “Be the Change” Tutoring in high-need schools Teacher & Principal Excellence Tutoring, Mentoring, Health & Wellness, Arts Education Building Capacity: Data Driven Decision Making and Advocacy/Funding Alignment COMMUNITY STRATEGIES TO ACHIEVE THE EDUCATION BOLD GOALS – DRAFT (7/18/11)
EffectiveEvidenceEfficient Same outcomes in a coordinated and collaborative network Some alignment under similar outcomes for broad community impact Uncoordinated and isolated, many “Silos” Alignment Accountability Conceptual Framework *This document is meant to be a conceptualization of the context of academic and social programming which impact student success. Synergy
What is your sector’s core purpose? Why do you exist? What are the perceptions of your sector from the point of view of others?
What are some key considerations you need to think about and/or actions you need to take in order to achieve a shared community goal?
Framework for Building a Cradle to Career Civic Infrastructure