Embracing the Power of Data
How to Effectively Use Data to Build, Fund, and Sustain Programs and Services


Monday February 25, 2013 from 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM PST
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The California Endowment 
1111 Broadway 7th Floor
Oakland, CA 94607

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Joseph Terry 
ONTRACK Program Resources 
Many community-based organizations and non-profits providing mental health and social services to ethnic populations rely on grants from federal, state and private philanthropic foundations to fund program delivery and organizational operations.
Effectively utilizing data is the key to earning these competitive grants. Additionally, data can improve your program effectiveness, and strengthen your organizational capacity.

Participants in this training will learn How to Use Data to...

  • Substantiate funding requests
  • Generate and measure program effectiveness
  • Improve their organizational accountability
  • Tell their clients' stories
  • Describe environmental, social, and mental health conditions 
  • Set meaningful benchmarks to document a trajectory toward successfully achieving stated outcomes.


Landon R. Williams, MPP
Landon has more than 35 years experience implementing, managing, evaluating, and providing technical assistance to community revitalization, economic development, and small business programs, organizations, and projects. His expertise includes providing technical assistance to non-profit and resident management corporations, housing authorities, and small businesses with start-up, organization development, business plans, housing development and financing, record keeping, disaster recovery, and emergency preparedness.